July 17, 2016 - ADLA
The Catholic Communication Collaboration Technology Conference 2016 (C3TC2016) features over 100 workshops that provide high-quality professional learning and collaboration opportunities in using technology to enhance your ministries. This year’s event will be held at Loyola Marymount University from August 8th-10th, 2016. The conference is open to all employees and adult volunteers of parishes, schools, and administrative offices within the Archdiocese of Los Angeles.
Participants of Clergy Connect and Sister’s Connect are getting a special day just for them! On Monday August there will be customized training on devices, preloaded apps, and more technology tips & tricks. There are two separate tracks, one for Apple users and one for Android (Samsung) users, each of which has been customized for the Clergy Connect and Sisters Connect programs. If you’ve already registered, take a look at the workshop schedule for each track and corresponding classroom numbers. Please be sure to bring your ADLA-issued device(s) to the training!
Sprint and Archdiocesan personnel will be on site to answer any questions or to help you with any issues you are having with a device.
An Archdiocesan Handbook that integrates a wide range of pre-existing resources, guides, manuals and other publications to offer a single comprehensive source of information on archdiocesan administrative policies and procedures.
Grovo iPhone, iPad and Platform Flexibility lessons provide online training on how to use the many features of the new devices provided through Clergy and Sisters Connect programs and beyond. If you would like to access this online training for your new device or for any of the thousands of topics offered in the Grovo library, contact Elizabeth Orozco at [email protected] and be sure to include the type of device or training you would like to begin. She will get you enrolled and send instructions on how to get started.
Guidelines reviewing the process to obtain business cards through ACC printing department.
Guidelines reviewing the process for filling an open position through ADLA HR Department.
New Hire Packets for ADLA employees (exempt, non-exempt, less than 20 hours, more than 20 hours, temporary employee).
Brochure with Employee Assistance Program (“EAP”) information. EAP resources include but is not limited to: legal, financial, counseling, substance abuse, and more.
The Archdiocese of Los Angeles Communications Team is comprised of experts from across the LA Archdiocese versed in using new tools and technologies to engage audiences and drive action, both online and in person. The Communications team is committed to building our Catholic family in our Archdiocese by connecting people with the sacraments, supporting pastors in strengthening parish life, schools and connecting each person with their unique vocations and God’s call to love through evangelization, continued education, and service.
The Communications Team is at your service and is here to support parishes, schools and departments in telling their story to the people of this Archdiocese.
We’d love to hear from you. For assistance with media inquiries, to promote an event, or other ways we can help, contact us at (213) 637-7215 or [email protected]
The official news source of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles. Telling the story of the Catholic Church, both here in Los Angeles and across the globe since 1895 as The Tidings and now as Angelus News.
Describes qualifications for various types of marriage cases.