Dealing with Difficult People and Resolving Church Conflicts

by Our Sunday Visitor
June 10, 2014

One of the biggest challenges we face as good stewards is interacting with difficult people in our church communities. We’ve all encountered people who are demanding, demeaning, annoying, angry, hurt, confused, complaining, or unwilling to change. In this webinar we’ll take a closer look at how deal with difficult people and resolve church conflicts without losing our patience or our spiritual focus.

Click the link below for the recorded webinar. This webinar is only available for parishes and parishioners within the Diocese of Lubbock. The Office of Stewardship and Development invested in the future of Lubbock parishes by paying registration and recording fees for these OSV webinars

Speaker and author Lorene Duquin, has worked in churches and also at the diocesan level. She has been active in ministry to alienated Catholics since 1992. She has conducted lectures and workshops in parishes and at national and diocesan conferences in the United States and Canada. Her articles have appeared in a variety of secular and Catholic publications. She is the author of several pamphlets on evangelization topics for Our Sunday Visitor, including Top Ten Reasons to Come Back to the Church and When Someone is Hurt by the Church. Some of Lorene’s books include: Recovering Faith: Stories of Catholics who have Come Home, Seeking an Annulment with the Help of Your Catholic Faith, A Century of Catholic Converts, When a Loved One Leaves the Church, and Could You Ever Come Back to the Catholic Church?, to name a few. Lorene has four adult children and five grandchildren.

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