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By Junno Arocho Esteves VATICAN CITY (CNS) -- The Catholic Church needs laypeople with a missionary spirit, which means Catholics do not have to try to force members into a vocation that is the Holy...
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Dave Baranowski of the Archdiocese of St. Louis shared wonderful insights on parish stewardship such as: stewardship terminology people respond to, developing a plan, a culture, marketing, communication and most importantly he reminded us we are not making a commitment to God, we are making a covenant with God.
Bishop-Elect Robert Coerver accepted his appointment as the third Bishop of Lubbock at a 10 am press conference at Christ the King Cathedral. The Director of the Office of Stewardship and Development, Renee Underwood serves as official spokesperson for the Episcopal Transition.
Do you hope to form your parishioners as disciples and good stewards? Are you ready to build a parish community in which people grow as members of Christ’s body, from which they are sent as missionary disciples? Building Bridges to the Heart of the Community will explore ways to engage your people to be committed disciples of Jesus Christ and to live as good and faithful stewards through an annual period of stewardship renewal and commitment or parish covenant process. Click here for more information.
We are all called to be good stewards of our time in helping to build the Kingdom of God. This webinar will explore practical (and easy to implement) ideas on how to get parishioners to commit their time to enhance parish liturgy, to serve the needs of the poor, to intercede with prayer, and to change the world. Click here for more information.