Pope Francis used the Feast of Sts. Peter and Paul to warn us about complacency. After decades of Christendom, we tend to rely on the… Read More »Pope Francis: Break the Chains of Mediocrity
Whether it’s a gathering with treats after Sunday Mass or a Bible Study on Monday evenings, events bring your parishioners and visitors together for fellowship.… Read More »Share Events in Parish Life Using PDS Facility Scheduler
This March, Pope Francis named a new Dicastery for Evangelization as the prominent organization in his new structure. Another message to us about the importance… Read More »Evangelization is a must. Not optional.
U.S. Catholic parishes are being blessed with clergy from Africa who are using their vocations in service to parishioners in rural Alabama, and many other… Read More »What U.S. Shortage of Catholic Priests?
“The death of Christendom.” In his recent pastoral letter, Sharing the Gift, Bishop William Wack, Diocese of Pensacola-Tallahassee, uses this statement to make the point… Read More »Moving past Christendom: Will your parish adapt?
What can we expect for our Church in 2022? It’s clear that our path forward cannot be a return to a culture of Christendom. While… Read More »Leadership: Apply Values to Keep Christ at the Center
You know the drill…print year-end statements, fold them to fit into envelopes, stuff them in envelopes then seal the envelopes, print labels, add said labels… Read More »Relieve the Stress of Year-End Statements
As we start week 4 of Advent, Rejoice! Our journey is coming to an end. In this last week, we are Lighting the Way for… Read More »Advent Week 4 Lighting the Way for Love
Ever wondered how the Facebook News Feed works? As of 2021, it takes into account millions of factors when determining what appears in front of… Read More »Getting Facebook’s News Feed to Work for Your Parish