2021 ADL Virtual Convocation
April 19 – April 21, 2021
Registration Fee for Virtual Conference: $25
How Liaisons can Build Bridges with their Bishops
Archbishop Emeritus Robert J. Carlson,
Archdiocese of St Louis
Part 1: Mon 8:30pm – 10:00pm EST
Part 2: Tues 11:00am – 2:00pm EST
Part 3: Tues 8:30pm – 10:30pm EST
Part 4: Wed 11:00am – 4:00pm EST
Interactive Panel Discussion
Ethnic Realities of Renewal
Msgr. Joseph Malagreca
Archbishop Robert J. Carlson
The Most Reverend Robert J. Carlson, a native of Minneapolis, Minnesota, was ordained to the priesthood in 1970 for the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis. He went on to receive a master’s degree in divinity from St. Paul Seminary in 1976 and a licentiate in canon law from the Catholic University of America in 1979. Ordained as an auxiliary bishop for his home archdiocese in 1984, he went on to serve as Bishop of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, (1994-2005) and the Bishop of Saginaw, Michigan (2005-2009). Archbishop Robert J. Carlson was installed as Archbishop of St. Louis on June 10, 2009. Archbishop Carlson’s passion for education, vocations, youth ministry and priestly formation have contributed to the growth and vitality of all the Dioceses he has served. Archbishop Carlson serves on several committees. He previously served as chair of the USCCB Committee on Clergy, Consecrated Life and Vocations and as co-chair of the Mission Advisory Committee for the Institute for Priestly Formation. Archbishop Carlson received the Interfaith Partnership Award in September, 2011. He was also honored with receiving the Joseph Cardinal Ritter Award in February, 2012, the Sister Mary Ann Eckhoff Leadership Award in April, 2012, the Service to the Community Award from the Ecumenical Leadership Council in May, 2012, the Order of Saint Louis King Award in November, 2015 and the Luminary Award for Criminal Justice in June, 2017. In October of 2017, Archbishop Carlson was awarded the 2017 NCEA Seton Award for his outstanding lifetime commitment, support, and service to Catholic Education.
Msgr. Joseph Malagreca
Msgr. Joseph Malagreca Ordained a Roman Catholic priest for the Diocese of Brooklyn in 1976, el Msgr. Malagreca is currently the pastor of the parish of the Holy Cross in Brooklyn, NY. Besides his Bachelor’s Degree in English and philosophy, he holds a master of Divinity from the Seminary of the immaculate Conception in Huntington, New York, as well as a Doctorate in law from New York University.
He has ministered to immigrant groups from Latin America and Haiti for his entire priesthood. He speaks several languages in addition to his native English, including Spanish, French, Italian and Haitian Creole. besides being a pastor, he is the Coordinator of the Charismatic Renewal for the Hispanics and the Haitians in the Diocese of de Brooklyn.
Monsignor has also worked for the Charismatic Renewal on a national level. He served four years as the Chairman of the Steering Committee of the National Association of Diocesan liaisons. He is presently the Spiritual Director of the National Hispanic Service Committee in the US, as well as the Haitian Council for the Renewal for the US-Canada. Monsignor served as the chairperson of the 2017 Jubilee Conference in Pittsburgh. In normal times, he is a frequent Conference speaker.
At present, as of February 2020, he is serving as the Coordinator of the CHARIS National Service of Communion for the USA.
Fr. Bill Delaney, SJ
Fr. Bill Delaney, SJ Pastoral Coordinator, SCRC Los Angeles, CA Fr. Delaney has been active in the Charismatic Renewal since 1971. He entered the Society of Jesus in 1975 and was ordained in 1985. He taught Mathematics at Loyola Marymount University for seven years. Since 1991, he has been Pastoral Coordinator for SCRC. He is the Liaison to the Charismatic Renewal for the Archdiocese of Los Angeles, and a member of the Board of Directors of SCRC.
Join Us This Year For:
- Expert Presentations
- Interactive Panel Discussions
- CHARIS Update
- Praise & Worship