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The Disciple Maker Index is one way for Catholics in the archdiocese to make vital contributions to the strategic pastoral planning process
La encuesta Índice Creador de Discípulos (The Disciple Maker Index) es una manera en la cual los católicos de la arquidiócesis pueden hacer contribuciones vitales al proceso de planificación estratégica pastoral
This Lent, the Synod on Synodality and All Things New are two avenues giving us pause to stop and listen to where the Holy Spirit is guiding us
Some 40,000 surveys have been received from across the archdiocese
Focusing on Jesus — Who is the same yesterday, today and tomorrow — can help us establish new habits
Are our parishes centers of missionary activity or are they more of a social club? Do the activities focus on self-preservation, or on going out into the community?
Passage from Book of Revelation is inspiration as Catholics participate in the All Things New strategic pastoral planning initiative
Survey will be available online through May 2
Strategic pastoral planning initiative will fashion a plan together in the midst of a lot of listening
I am worried that my parish will close as part of the All Things New process.
If this happens it will be very painful. What can I do?
With the top answer of the Disciple Maker Index survey being a desire to see more young people
involved in parish life, personal relationship building seen as a way to reach out
Disciple Maker Index survey results reveal strengths and opportunities for growth in the Archdiocese of St. Louis
Examples from the Scriptures this week highlight the mixture of grace and sin that is still present today
It’s time to invest in a new way of carrying out our mission
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