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C3ppt parishcluster2013.03.04

  1. 1. LET US PRAY…
  2. 2. 3   “The  church  should  not   hesitate  to  engage  the   modern  digital   technologies  which  can   be  vehicles  for  communica6ng.  It  is  our  sacred  duty,  however,  to   ensure  that  our   communica6on  mirrors   Caritas  in  Veritate   God‘s  crea6ve  love.”    (Charity  in  Truth)  
  3. 3. 4  Because  it  is  so  different  from  mass  media  and  mass  communica8on,  social  media  is  crea8ng  a   new  culture  on  this  Digital  Con8nent.  Young   people  use  it  as  their  first  point  of  reference....   The  implica8ons  of  that  for  a  church  which  is   struggling  to  get  those  same  young  people  to  enter  our  churches  on  Sunday  are  staggering.  If   the  church  is  not  on  their  mobile  device,  it   doesn’t  exist.  The  Church  does  not  have  to  change  its  teachings  to  reach  young  people,  but   we  must  deliver  it  to  them  in  a  new  way.     (The  Bishops  on  Social  Media)  
  4. 4. Let Us Prayer Together +Prayer of St. Isidore+Patron Saint of the Internet
  5. 5. 6  How did you first hear the music as a teenager?
  6. 6. Small Group Introductions and Sharing•  How did you first hear the music as a teenager? Is there a favorite song or album that your remember?•  What parish are you from and what ministry do you do on behalf of your community?•  When was a time recently where some type of technology changed substantially the way you do something?
  7. 7. SFPR CLUSTERSt. Euphrasia, Granada HillsSt. John Baptist de la Salle, Granada HillsOur Lady of Lourdes, Northridge EVANGELIZATION WITH TECHNOLOGY
  8. 8. SFPR CLUSTER VISION Parish Life With Parish Life Now Technology•  Catholic •  Catholic •  Parish boundaries •  Boundary-less/ Universal•  Communication •  Communication •  Onsite •  Anywhere •  Bulletins •  Devices/Computers •  Websites •  Digital Gathering Places•  Collaboration •  Collaboration •  Sites host resources and •  Each parish takes role and share with local parishes shares with local parishes •  Example: Baptismal Prep digitally
  9. 9. PARISHESEXTENDED….Enter into people’s lives…Offering them experiences of discipleship and faithsharing. Clip from “Lord of the Rings”
  10. 10. What are we hoping to accomplish today?
  11. 11. C3 Pilot Locations •  Archdiocesan Catholic Center •  Cathedral Chapel – P & ES•  Holy Family (South Pasadena) – P & ES •  San Fernando Pastoral Region Office •  San Gabriel Mission – ES & HS •  Santa Isabel - ES •  St. Aloysius Gonzaga - ES •  St. Anthony (Oxnard) - P & ES •  St. Bernard (Glassell Park) - P & ES •  St. Columbkille/Nativity - P & ES •  St. John Vianny – School of Ministry •  St. Monica – P, ES, & HS •  St. Raphael (Goleta) – P & ES •  St. Thomas the Apostle – P & ES
  12. 12. 13  Introduction and Background •  The Archdiocese holds valuable FCC spectrum licenses •  The spectrum was the source of Instructional Television (ITV). Now the FCC has repurposed the band to develop wireless broadband service. •  The Archdiocese has a long-term contractual arrangement with Clearwire, a national wireless service provider •  The Clearwire relationship includes grants to Archdiocese to develop creative wireless initiatives for parish and school educational efforts throughout the Archdiocese •  The purpose of the C3 Pilot is to explore and assess various applications and models in selected school, parish and other locations as the basis for long term planning for how the Archdiocese can best make use of the Clearwire relationship for education and administrative support
  13. 13. 14  Initial Vision for C3 Pilot Parishes •  Some innovations to be tested: §  Evaluate virtual communication to increase outreach to parishioners including classes, spiritual support, and connection to ‘sister’ parish §  Test sample administrative support systems with staff to determine if they allow them to work more efficiently and effectively §  Enable programs like Religious Education to be offered virtually and access response to these learning opportunities §  Demonstrate how to use Archdiocese spectrum in a community of learners How should progress be measured and success defined?
  15. 15. “Like” the Archbishop on Facebook
  16. 16. with Archbishop Gomez in English or Spanish!www.twitter.com/ArchbishopGomez
  17. 17. CATHOLIC SOCIAL TEACHING AND“FORMING CONSCIENCES FOR FAITHFUL CITIZENSHIP” FREE online course created through LMS MoodleRooms Joule by Eileen O’Brien at C3 location, ACC, to educate Catholics on issues in the 2012 Presidential election: http://archla.org/faithfulcitizenship
  18. 18. C3 Location, San Fernando Regional Office:Installed TriCaster Equipment….
  19. 19. COMPLETE  THE  TECHNOLOGY  CHECKLIST   WEBSITE:     http://archla.org/techchecklist  As  you  consider  a  technology  initiative  at  your  location,  use  the  attached  check-­‐  list  to  analyze  the  issues,  avoid  problems  and  make  the  most  of  your  investment.  The  checklist  applies  whether  the  devices  are  owned  by  the  location,  by  the  user  or  a  combination  of  both.  We  believe  you  will  ?ind  the  decision-­‐making  process  is  helpful  for  you  to  focus  on  the  "big  picture,"  and  is  useful  even  if    your  location  is  not  currently  planning  any  speci?ic  technology  initiatives.    
  20. 20. What are the current trendsimpacting faith formation and parish communities in the 21st Century?
  21. 21. Adult Faith Formation for the 21st Century According to John Roberto, “We are experiencing a convergence of new information and communicationtechnologies with digital resources that are beginning to transform contemporary life and learning, and have the potential to transform faith formation.”
  22. 22. Adult Faith Formation for the 21st Century According to John Roberto, “We are experiencing a convergence of new information and communicationtechnologies with digital resources that are beginning to transform contemporary life and learning, and have the potential to transform faith formation.”
  23. 23. The New Social Operating System “Now, Rainie and Wellmanargue, we are experiencinga “triple revolution” wroughtby the advent of broadband Internet access, social networks, and mobile technologies. The mutuallyreinforcing and acceleratingnature of these technologies is shifting the center of gravity in how we organize as a society.”
  24. 24. The New Social Operating System “Institutions—both formal, such as schools, and informal, such as families—were once at the center of our societies. Now we are. Each of us, with our mobile phones, is connecting across and within institutional boundaries. The result, which the authors call “networked individualism,” is profound.” Reference: http://www.ssireview.org/ book_reviews/entry/i_you_we
  25. 25. The New Social Operating System “A society organized around individuals may need different rules from one organized around institutions.”What are the implications of this for ourparish communities in the areas of:• Passing on Catholic Faith• The way we Communicate• The way we Collaborate
  26. 26. Creative TensionVision: What Current we want to Reality: Where do, goal, we are relativevision, etc… to what we want… What is a creative tension in your ministry?
  27. 27. Creative Tension….And Closing the Gap? Two options, we can either lower our standards (vision) or move towards our vision!
  28. 28. Small Group WorkIf the application of technology could solve one issue orchallenge that you or your parish is experiencing right nowin the following areas, what would that be?•  Catholic Faith Formation•  Communication within the Parish Community & Leaders (both staff and volunteers)•  Ministry Collaboration within your parish groups and among other parishes in your areaUsing the IPads create a list of issues or challenges for each area to share with the larger group.
  29. 29. What are the values that we want to guide the work we do collaboratively on this project?•  Walk the talk or in this case the technology. We use the technology we want to integrate into our faith communities.•  What else?
  30. 30. Any practical ideas about how we should structure our work?•  Should we have a joint project committee?•  How often do we want to share information? And with whom?•  What elses?
  31. 31. At the end of this Cluster project, Iknow it has been successful when….
  32. 32. C3 Technology Conference at LMU August 5-8, 2013 August 5-8, 2013 at
  33. 33. THANKS FOR COMING!Blessings on your Lenten Journey!