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Diocesan Pastoral and Strategic Planning Diocese of Columbus. The Parish Self-Study. Purpose:. To educate parishioners on current conditions within their parish community;

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Purpose:

  • To educate parishioners on current conditions within their parish community;

  • To provide a means for the active and thoughtful involvement of the faithful to collaborate in charting our course as Church;

  • To develop strategies to address the rapidly changing demographic and economic factors in the diocese;

  • To help us live the mission of the Catholic Church by proclaiming and preaching the Gospel.



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  • Phase I January - March 2008 Preparation Period

  • Phase II April – August 2008 Parish Self-Study

    Report Due: August 15, 2008

  • Phase III August – November 2008 Deanery Study

    Report Due: November 30, 2008

  • Phase IV November 2008 - January 2009

    Implementation and Monitoring Committee Convenes


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  • Phase V February–April 2009

    Review by Consultative Councils

  • Phase VI May 2009

    Pastoral Letter

  • Phase VII June 2009–2014

    Implementation and Monitored Follow-up



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  • Overall Timeline

  • Frequently Asked Questions *

  • Bulletin Announcements

  • Pulpit Letter

  • Prayers of Intercession


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  • “Emerging Parish Trends”

  • “MINISTRY: What’s Working for Parishes?”

  • “Your Parish…Five Years from Now”

  • “Are You Evangelizing: The Key to Becoming an Effective Parish”

  • “Evangelization Strategies That Work”


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  • Marriage and Family Life

  • Parishes with Latino Ministry

  • “The Future Challenges for Lay Ecclesial Ministers”

  • “Learn How Young Adults Understand and Practice Faith”

  • “The Four Secrets of Successful Planning”

  • “A Closer Look at Youth Ministry”


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Completing The Parish Self-Study Conference of Catholic Bishops (English – Spanish)


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Parish Leadership Report Conference of Catholic Bishops (English – Spanish)

Focus Areas Preliminary Recommendations

Patterns

and

Trends

Priority Recommendations

Scenarios

Parish Leadership Team

Preliminary Input for Parish Recommendations

Sacramental

Focus

Group

Strategic

Focus

Group

Sustainable Focus

Group

Parish Self-Study


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Step 1—Introduction to Parish Conference of Catholic Bishops (English – Spanish)

Initial Activities – Invite parishioners

  • Letter to Parishioners

  • Bulletin Announcement

  • Prayer During Process

  • Prayers of Intercession


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Step 1—Introduction to Parish Conference of Catholic Bishops (English – Spanish)

  • Preparation of Self-Study

    Insert data from parish files

    Leave blank subjective questions: *

    • Yes/No

    • List

    • Describe how the parish follows up with parishioners who have committed to share their time and talent.


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Step 1—Introduction to Parish Conference of Catholic Bishops (English – Spanish)

The Parish Leadership Team

  • Focus Area Group Leaders

  • 8-10 Members

  • Pastor, Parochial Vicar, Deacon

  • Parish Pastoral Council

  • Finance Council

  • Stewardship Committee

  • Two Deanery Representatives *


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Step 1—Introduction to Parish Conference of Catholic Bishops (English – Spanish)

Preparation for Initial Meeting

  • Site Description, Materials

  • Technology

  • Pastor Leadership

  • Assign Parish Leadership to Focus Area Groups:

    • Sacramental—Worship and Sacraments

    • Strategic—Meeting Parishioners’ Needs

    • Sustainable—Sufficient Resources

  • Assign Additional Volunteers to Focus Area Groups (10—15/Group)


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Step 2—Parish Self-Study Meeting Conference of Catholic Bishops (English – Spanish)

  • Ideally a three-hour meeting

  • Separate into three groups

  • Respond to Questions for Focus Area

  • Preliminary Recommendations Form


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Parish Self-Study Preliminary Recommendations Form Conference of Catholic Bishops (English – Spanish)

Preliminary Input for Parish Recommendations

  • “Describe the Sacramental nature of your parish:”

  • “Our major findings are:”

  • “From this we conclude:”

  • “We recommend:”


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Step 3—Parish Leadership Report Conference of Catholic Bishops (English – Spanish)

Parish Leadership Report Meeting

  • One Three-Hour Meeting (Minimum)

  • Led by Pastor

  • Write One Priority Recommendation and One Scenario for Each Focus Area *


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Step 3—Parish Leadership Report Conference of Catholic Bishops (English – Spanish)

Recommendations should include ALL possible initiatives planned or projected for the next five years:

  • Additional Staff

  • Ministries

  • Facility Enhancements

  • Major Repairs

  • Organizational Restructuring


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Step 3—Parish Leadership Report Conference of Catholic Bishops (English – Spanish)

Recommendations Can Be Implemented By:

  • Parish

  • A Group of Parishes Working Together

  • Deanery

  • Assistance or Direction of the Diocese


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Step 3—Parish Leadership Report Conference of Catholic Bishops (English – Spanish)

Systematic Thought Process

  • Focus Areas

  • Patterns and Trends

  • Priority Recommendations

  • Scenarios


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Parish Leadership Report Conference of Catholic Bishops (English – Spanish)Focus Area Sample


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Parish Leadership Report Conference of Catholic Bishops (English – Spanish)Focus Areas — Sample *


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Parish Leadership Report Conference of Catholic Bishops (English – Spanish)Patterns and Trends Sample


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Parish Leadership Report Conference of Catholic Bishops (English – Spanish)Patterns and Trends — Sample *


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Parish Leadership Report Conference of Catholic Bishops (English – Spanish)Priority Recommendations — Sample


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Parish Leadership Report Conference of Catholic Bishops (English – Spanish)Priority Recommendations — Sample


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Parish Leadership Conference of Catholic Bishops (English – Spanish)ReportScenarios —Sample


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Parish Leadership Report Conference of Catholic Bishops (English – Spanish)Scenarios — Sample *

SACRAMENTAL Nature of Parish

Identify the specific parishioner needs as a result of the changing demographic (race, ethnicity, age, ministries) and develop a list of proposed programs/ ministries. SAMPLE

  • Scenario One:Parish Council reviews data and develops a list of needed ministries. (2)

  • Scenario Two:Pastor contacts diocesan office for assistance. (3)

  • Scenario Three:Parish Council, Stewardship Committee and parish staff develop a list of needs. (1)


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Parish Leadership Report Conference of Catholic Bishops (English – Spanish)

Focus Areas Preliminary Recommendations

Patterns

and

Trends

Priority Recommendations

Scenarios

Parish Leadership Team

Preliminary Input for Parish Recommendations

Sacramental

Focus

Group

Strategic

Focus

Group

Sustainable Focus

Group

Parish Self-Study


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Accessing Parish Self-Study Conference of Catholic Bishops (English – Spanish) and PowerPoint Online


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Questions? Conference of Catholic Bishops (English – Spanish)


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Contact Information: Conference of Catholic Bishops (English – Spanish)

Rick Jeric [email protected]

Ellen Weilbacher [email protected]

Office of Development and Planning

197 E Gay St

Columbus, OH 43215

614.241.2550 877.241.2550

Thank You!


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