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The Church is a living organism — not a set of buildings — and the purpose of that living organism is to evangelize, to share the Good News
Top stories of 2021 include continued perseverance in a pandemic, examination of history, recognition of anniversaries and announcement of a strategic pastoral plan.
A new strategic pastoral planning effort will examine all facets of the Archdiocese of St. Louis and strengthen evangelization efforts
All Things New pastoral planning initiative will focus on helping us carry the light of Jesus into the world’s darkness
All faithful invited to engage in process to strengthen the Archdiocese of St. Louis' evangelization
La iniciativa de planificación pastoral “Todo lo hago nuevo/(All Things New)”
se centrará en ayudarnos a llevar la luz de Jesús a la oscuridad de este mundo
Strategic pastoral planning initiative will take time, but the work is essential in supporting future evangelization efforts for the archdiocese
Next step in strategic pastoral planning process is taking a deliberate time to encounter, listen and discern
Why is evangelization such a scary word?
Several guiding texts have been chosen for archdiocese’s strategic pastoral planning initiative
Conversion is the only thing constant in our faith journey. As long as we’re steadfast in faith, we’ll move forward in hope.
A Lenten frame of mind helps as we discern the future
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