Looking at the website for the The Religious Education Congress sponsored by The Los Angeles Catholic Archdiocese Office of Religious Education I guess I am not really surprised by the pictures displayed.
Another possible caption might be “We have no salad but Caesar”
Or the old standby “Lettuce Pray.”
Here were some of the workshops.
Tony Alonso Living Catechesis Musically: Yesterday and Forever!
The GIA website says about him: GIA is proud to present the voice of a new generation in church music. He has a CD called Fresh as the Morning, and since the song is so insipid I am sure it will be inflicted on us soon. The song title sounds more like an ad for a new scent for Tide. The CD cover looks like it is from the Star trek episode with humanoids from planet Chiron (Half Black/White face) have now interbreed with Medusa.
Of course no conference would be complete without the masters of progressive liturgical music: David Haas and Marty Haugen.
Here are some other workshop titles:
Gospel Drama and the Dance of Discipleship
Re-imagine Liturgical Prayer
On Carrying a Scandal Biblically
Young Progressive Catholics Claiming Their Church
I must be really out of touch with the whose who of Catholic Speakers since out of a list of around 100, I only recognized the songwriters and one Call To Action speaker.