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interactive documentary of Catholic university keynote lectures and AdobeConnect webconference forum events for up to 100 participants; 20 breakout rooms
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CITVN is a global Catholic academic video forum produced by a Catholic Worker community of homeless men and women in recovery from addictions. We sincerely hope you enjoy the Catholic university keynote lecture series, illustrated dramatic reading of papal documents and spiritual classics, social network, In The Rooms 12 Step video meetings and videoconferencing with your Circle of Friends.
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Over 80% of our guests achieve sustainable faith - measured as one year of abstinence from drugs and alcohol. It's LOVE that cures!
Julio Bermudez, Ph.D.
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School of Architecture
Catholic University – Washington D.C.
Hong Hong Zhu, M.D., MHS, MCS, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Epidemiology
School of Public Health
Saint Louis University
Duilia F. de Mello, Ph.D.
Department of Physics
Catholic University – Washington D.C.
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A series of webcast events for faith-based professionals who may be interested in starting an addictions ministry. 3 hours
$10 registration fee funds a peer-supported Catholic Worker community of homeless men and women in recovery from addictions. Optional: 3 CPE credits for additional $25 fee.
Who should attend:
CITVN will screen The Anonymous People, followed by small group discussions for up to 100 attendees per event with 20 breakout rooms for small group discussions. 20 million Americans suffer from addictions. 23 million Americans are in long-term recovery from addictions. Meet filmmaker Greg Williams, learn about a rapidly expanding national human rights movement and the Recovery Bill of Rights.
William White has authored or coauthored more than 350 articles and monographs and fifteen books, including Slaying the Dragon: The History of Addiction Treatment and Recovery in America and Let’s Go Make Some History: Chronicles of the New Addiction Recovery Advocacy Movement. A library of Bill’s writings can be found at www.williamwhitepapers.com.
Ret. U.S. Representative Patrick Kennedy (D-RI) talks about his decision to leave Congress, his struggles with addiction and mental illness, growing up Kennedy, his father Ted Kennedy’s legacy, and his new philanthropic mission.
“I felt like a loser...I felt like...‘I’m not living up. What a shame.’ You know, ‘I’m a shame on my family by needing – treatment, for getting mental health treatment.”
In 2009, shortly after the death of his father, the late Sen. Ted Kennedy (D-MA), Patrick Kennedy admits his renewed depression, also renewed his life-long struggle with substance dependency, and ultimately culminated in his decision not to seek re-election to the U.S. House of Representatives after eight terms in office.
“That's why I chose not to run for reelection because frankly, living in the public eye and in political life was not conducive to really getting that kind of long-term steady recovery,” says Kennedy.
As he works to maintain his recovery, he thinks about his father “almost every day” and hopes to apply lessons from his and his father’s legislative experience to his new mission.
CITVN Executive Producer
Catholic Worker Movement
The webcast will include breakout room sessions on
CHURCH: DRUGS AND DRUG ADDICTION