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Called to Be Stewards: Bringing New Life to Catholic Parishes
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0814628893, Paperback)Stewardship is an increasingly widespread program for enhancing both finances and ministry involvement in Catholic parishes. Called to Be Stewards describes actual detailed examples of adopting a stewardship approach to funding and to ministry. This book explains the roles of the pastor, parish councils, and stewardship committees in establishing and managing a stewardship program, examines how to integrate a stewardship approach into everyday parish life, and tells how to generate broader parishioner support.
Through the use of case studies, this book describes how eight Catholic parishes adopt a stewardship methodology and highlights the challenges of implementing stewardship in fundraising. Each chapter offers both pastor and parishioner accounts of stewardship implementation and growth, from parishes just beginning a stewardship program to those with a well established and flourishing program.
Chapters in Part I: Beginning Stewardship are "All of Us Have Gifts and are Called Upon to Use Them: Corpus Christi Parish, Fremont (Historic Niles), California" and "Caring Enough to Make a Difference: St. Peter Catholic Church, Kirkwood, Missouri."
Chapters in Part II: Stewardship Under Way are, "So Many Ways You Can Give of Yourself Here: St. Matthew’s Catholic Church, San Antonio, Texas;" "We Take Care of the Poor Before We Take Care of Ourselves: St. Marcelline Church, Schaumburg, Illinois;" and "Stewardship Demands Conversion: Church of St. Gerard Majella, Port Jefferson, New York."
Chapters in Part III: Advanced Stewardship are, "We Measure the Depth of Our Faith by the Breadth of Our Outreach to Those in Need: Church of St. John the Baptist, Covington, Washington;" "A Traditional Church with a Modern Message: The Basilica of Mary, Minneapolis, Minnesota;" and "Cherishing and Fostering the Gifts of All: Diocesan Stewardship Programs—Archdioceses of St. Louis, Missouri and Seattle, Washington."
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