Catholic parishes are staffed by dedicated, passionate members of the laity who are underpaid and overworked but nevertheless continue to labor in the vineyard of the Lord. Whether you are on staff or a volunteer, faith, hope, and a sense of humor are crucial to surviving and thriving in parish ministry.
Down-to-earth, candid, and funny, author Karen Baker has served for over a decade on the front lines of her parish, and she can empathize and commiserate with the day-to-day struggles, like when the toilets back up during Sunday Mass. This little book intends to offer a ray of hope and humor by reminding parish leaders that developing holy habits and clothing themselves in Christ can help them navigate the challenging and changing world of ministry.
In The Heart of the Mission: Simple Ways to Bring People to Jesus, Cande de Leon shows what it takes to get back on track. With wisdom and humor born of his own experience, he shows how our Christian mission always begins and ends with people. To help us live this in our daily life and work, he guides us through three transformational principles for ministry and life.
The Sisters of Notre Dame share stories of the hilarious mix-ups, priceless mispronunciations, and innocent mistakes children have made in classrooms over the years.
How can Christians use New Media to change the world? Find out from blogger Brandon Vogt and contributors like Fr. Robert Barron, Lisa Hendy, Fr. Dwight Longenecker, and more.
A crash course unlike any you’ve had before, meant for Catholic parishes, dioceses, religious orders, Catholic organizations, start-ups, apostolates, and anyone who is passionate about their Christian faith and looking for ways to share it effectively.