Free Webcast: 5 Things Parents Should Know About Keeping Their Kids Catholic

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I’m really excited about a free webcast I’m hosting next week! 5 Things Parents Should Know About Keeping Their Kids Catholic is a free, 30 minute webcast for Catholic parents about the things they need to know if they want their kids to practice the faith for a lifetime! Parents will learn The most important […]

Free Webcast: Digital Culture with Daniella Zsupan-Jerome

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Join me next Tuesday, August 23, at 3p Eastern Time, for a conversation with Daniella Zsupan Jerome, professor of pastoral theology at Notre Dame Seminary (New Orleans) and author of Connected Toward Communion: The Church and Social Communication in the Digital Age. We’ll be discussing what the advent of a connected world means for the […]

Apprenticeship Activities Outside the Parish

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Last week I wrote about viewing Christian apprenticeship as something that happens outside the immediate orbit of the parish. So what would non-parish based Christian apprenticeship look like? Broadly speaking there are few set characteristics. It could center on a stable, long-term group or activity. It could involve strangers coming together for a short time. It may […]

Free Webcast: 4 Attitudes of Excellent Parish Staffs

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This Thursday at 9p Eastern Time I will be offering a short, 30-minute webcast exploring the four attitudes cultivated by parish staff members that sets the stage for excellent ministry. You can access the webcast live at https://www.youtube.com/c/JonathanSullivan/live or by returning to this post: If you can’t join the webcast live, no worries! It will […]

Inculturation, Evangelization, and the Digital Continent

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Last month I attended the 2016 Liturgy Symposium hosted by the Center for Liturgy at the University of Notre Dame. The theme of the conference was “Liturgy and the New Evangelization” and featured a great presentation by Daniella Zsupan-Jerome on digital culture and the liturgical capacity of persons. Daniella’s keynote has me reflecting on the […]