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The emerging parish the Notre Dame study of Catholic life since Vatican II by Jim Castelli

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Published by Harper & Row in San Francisco .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Parishes,
  • Catholic Church,
  • History

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementJim Castelli and Joseph Gremillion
ContributionsGremillion, Joseph
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBX1746 .C315 1987
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 222 p. ;
Number of Pages222
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24752138M
ISBN 100060613238
LC Control Number87045168

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Collaborative Parish Leadership Emerging models of parish leadership in the archdiocese have already been implemented since April in response to As I Have Done for You, a diocesan priests‘ convocation‘s pastoral letter that was co-authored by Cardinal Mahony. The document. as a traditional parish with a resident pastor or as an “emerging model” parish without a resident pastor. In either case, the following components need to be incorporated. Component 1: An Elliptical Parish Organizational Reporting Chart Fr. Thomas Sweetser SJ, the highly regarded parish consultant, has long argued for a revision of.   Book Overview Changes in the Catholic Church are happening everywhere, not least in the area of pastoral planning. Based on the experiences of more than of today's pastoral leaders in the Catholic Church, The Changing Face of Church documents the best practices for approaching the massive, rapidly evolving challenge of pastoral planning. The emerging parish --A regional history of American parish life --Core Catholics: the people in the parishes --Life and community in the new parish --The Hispanic community and the parish --Leaders, laity, and decision making --Liturgy of the gathered people --Devotions past and present --Education: children, teens, and adults --The parish: ecumenism, evangelization, and social action --Parish life .