C3TC18 has ended
Welcome to the Archdiocese of Los Angeles C3 Technology Conference 2018.  Here you can review the workshops and presenters and create your personal schedule.

When you come to LMU, bring your registration confirmation to the check-in table; anyone can create a personal schedule online, but it won’t admit you to the conference or its workshops.

Advance registration is now closed, but if you’d like to attend,  e-mail c3techconf@la-archdiocese.org to get on the waiting list and receive further instructions.  Thank you for your interest.
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Archbishop José H. Gomez

Archdiocese of Los Angeles
Most Reverend José H. Gomez encourages people to follow Christ with joy and simplicity of life, serving God and others in their daily activities.  He has been a voice of compassion and reason on issues in American public life and culture.  Author of Immigration and the Next America: Renewing the Soul of Our Nation, he has played a leading role in Church efforts to promote immigration reform.
Archbishop Gomez has chaired the USCCB Committee on Migration and is a papal appointee to the Pontifical Commission for Latin America.  Pope Benedict selected him for the synod on the New Evangelization for the Transmission of the Christian Faith.  He was also selected for the World Meeting of Families  and the Synod on The Vocation and Mission of the Family in the Church and in the Contemporary World.

He urges every Catholic to assume responsibility for the Church's mission.  He has promoted marriage and the family, vocations to the priesthood, and the leadership of Hispanics and women in the Church and in American society, as a founding member of CALL and ENDOW.
He was Archbishop of San Antonio and Auxiliary Bishop of Denver before becoming Archbishop of Los Angeles.  He holds a doctorate in theology and undergraduate degrees in accounting, philosophy, and theology.  He speaks and writes on issues in the Church and American society.   He wrote A Will to Live: Clear Answers on End of Life Issues  and Men of Brave Heart: The Virtue of Courage in the Priestly Life.
His Episcopal motto, “Let us go forth with confidence to the throne of Grace,” adopted from Heb 4:16, expresses his hope and faith that all find mercy and salvation through the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

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My Speakers Sessions

Saturday, August 11