Parish Check In

Monday Message, January 22, 2024

PRAY I respectfully request more prayers for Carmela and her family. Upon returning from burying her father, the mother of Carmela’s daughter in-law collapsed and died. While that was happening,… Read More

Monday Message, October 2, 2023

KNOW A giant thank you to all who participated in Ministry Day 2023. More than 300 gathered for workshops, visited the exhibitors, and shared in the day’s events. Thank you… Read More

Monday Message, February 6, 2023

KNOW We have a parish leader check in tomorrow. Details and link are here and only here. No other links will work. Our conversation will center on the new groups… Read More

Monday Message, December 12, 2022

KNOW We have a parish check-in tomorrow. The last of 2022. Join us as we dream about what is next in our shared ministry. Meeting information is here. Rite of… Read More

Monday Message, October 17, 2022

KNOW We had wonderful LEAD and Lunch sessions last week. Those who attended brought to the table many wonderful ideas and are now equipped to use LEAD in their parishes… Read More

Monday Message, June 20, 2022

KNOW Our Wine Down will become a Wine Up and move to September. I am doing this for a few reasons: Only seven people responded. Some of the people on… Read More

Monday Message, March 21, 2022

KNOW There is a Parish Leader Check In tomorrow. Link is here. If you would like to see your catechists, etc. as a Local Leader, let Carmela know. We are… Read More

Monday Message, March 7, 2022

KNOW We have a parish check in tomorrow. Anne McCory will join us to discuss: Guidance on photo release Guidance on record retention (including which records must be retained) Guidance… Read More

Monday Message, February 21, 2022

KNOW Happy Presidents’ Day. I hope you get a day off and use it wisely. We have a parish leader check-in tomorrow. Debbie Charles will join us for a brief… Read More

Monday Message, January 24, 2022

KNOW There were some forms due back to the Chancery last week. I know these forms sometimes cause confusion, because they ask you to fill in how many catechists, students,… Read More