This quick and simple overview is a helpful introduction for congregations considering church management software.
The second edition of this all-encompassing guidebook explains how to manage a parish, addressing issues ranging from job discrimination to adapting to change.
Approved by the United States Catholic Conference of Bishops (USCCB) in 2001, Built of Living Stones is both a theological and practical guide for both local bishops and parishes considering either...
This informative book analyzes the Roman Catholic Church's response to racism in America, looking at historical documents and statements before suggesting moves that would provide a "more...
Written for a Roman Catholic audience, this resource calls for renewal in Roman Catholic congregations while affirming the importance of the Eucharistic center of the faith.
This easy-to-read resource offers tips on how to improve areas of the Roman Catholic church, ranging from first communions to getting rid of fundraisers.
This e-book provides real-life examples of how Appreciative Inquiry can be used for pastoral planning, building relationships, and spiritual renewal.
This book completes a three-part series on navigating pastoral transitions in Roman Catholic congregations. This specific resource focuses on the church staff.
This resource explores the growing trend of Roman Catholic priests serving multiple parishes, offering a variety of models for pastoral and lay leadership in more than one parish.
Based in Milwaukee and affiliated with the United States Catholic Conference, the Parish Evaluation Project, is an experienced consulting organization, serving Catholic parishes and organizations...