Discover New Ways to Lead and Evangelize

From new ways to engage Catholics in your community, best practices in parish and diocesan leadership, and the importance of data and how to utilize it, these resources will help you guide and form vibrant communities of faith.

StrengthsFinder in the Church

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StrengthsFinder in the Church

As Church leaders, we have for too long asked people to give of themselves to their parishes and their global community without helping them discover what they have to give. The Clifton StrengthsFinder assessment is a great tool to help them discover just that.
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StrengthsFinder in the Church
StrengthsFinder in the Church

As Church leaders, we have for too long asked people to give of themselves to their parishes and their global community without helping them discover what they have to give. The Clifton StrengthsFinder assessment is a great tool to help them discover just that.

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Optimize Your Annual Diocesan Appeal


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How to Optimize Your Annual Diocesan Appeal
How to Optimize Your Annual Diocesan Appeal

A great way to capture the attention of your diocese and encourage donations is to form the appeal not as a request for money, but as a story where they are the hero. In order to help them form a connection to people and places that they may never meet or experience, it’s essential to capture their compassion.

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Leveraging Your Data


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Leveraging Your Data for Mission Engagement

No matter your role on the staff or your objective, data can empower your contribution to the parish mission. By examining past trends and measuring current engagement, parishes can creatively innovate for the future. Integrate your data. Engage your parish. Evangelize your community.

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The Value of Data in Pastoral Planning


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The Value of Data in Pastoral Planning

The path to anywhere new requires us to gather information, and the same can be said about pastoral planning. There is always data available to you that can provide insights and a clearer picture of what is going on in your faith community; it just takes time, effort and yes, data, to craft a good plan.

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Maintenance or Mission


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Maintenance or Mission

Studies prove that greater generosity flourishes in mission-focused parishes. That’s because instead of focusing on parish maintenance, “Living the Mission” churches ask members to fund the mission and vision of the parish in which they are spiritually invested. This approach opens people’s eyes to opportunities for spiritual growth and for world transformation.

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Make Disciples, Transform Lives


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Make Disciples, Transform Lives

As Church, we are called to more than just getting people connected or involved – we are about helping people experience transformation through discipleship. Explore the difference between engagement and discipleship, and learn how to communicate and evangelize effectively to bring people closer to Christ.

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What is a Vibrant Parish?


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What is a Vibrant Parish?

Each parish is a unique community made up of people with varied experiences. Where we are in our journey may differ, but we should all be striving toward the same goal: introducing people to Jesus Christ and assisting them in growing their relationship with him and the Body of Christ. When looking to improve your parish, focus on LPi’s 4 Quadrants of a Vibrant Parish – discipleship, identity, communication, and formation.

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Gathering Data to Engage


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Gathering Data to Engage

Much like a business that must meet the needs of its customers, so, too, should a church gather data to enhance its ministry efforts. However, data isn’t just a collection of numbers. The goal of collecting data should be to gain a deeper understanding of things, and whether your efforts are as effective as possible.

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