- Apr 13, 2021
A nationwide teen evangelization program is gaining renewed interest after the coronavirus pandemic shut down the ministry for several months in 2020.
Launched last October, Heroic Men wants to serve as the go-to site for ministries for Catholic men.
Life transitions are difficult to navigate. For those who work in vocational ministry yet feel called to work in a secular field, that transition can be especially tough.
While church lockdowns remain the norm in much of the country, parish management and ministry professionals say now is the time for parishes and dioceses to find ways to creatively keep the faithful engaged when the weekslong coronavirus hibernation ends.
After spending Wednesday afternoon participating in the first Vatican-sponsored International Congress for the Pastoral Ministry to the Elderly in Rome, a group of 45 “pilgrims” from Spain has a message to the organizers: “It’s not about what the Church can do for us, but about what we can do for the Church.”
Religious sisters talk about their ministry to people in circuses.
For Giancarlo Bernini, a recent graduate of the University of Texas at Austin, things are not always as they appear and that’s a good thing because it is how he plans to make a living.
The Mid-Atlantic Congress allows leaders in Catholic ministry a regional opportunity for formation and fellowship.