Beautifully written by our Pastoral Center Team
Lovingly edited by Mike MacDonald
8.5 X 11" -- 12 pages – eResource -- reproducible
Are you searching for a way to help your parish leaders remain holy in the midst of busy parish schedules and demands? These five retreat exercises, designed to be used alone or with others, will do that. They lead to deeper holiness through intimacy & communion with Christ.
We parish leaders must be the FIRST to deepen our intimacy with Christ. As we invite and summon others to this faith, our own faith is what attracts and guides them. Because of that, this retreat is important for everyone who works in parish ministry, whether paid or volunteer.
The five retreat exercises are inspired by the Ignatian Exercises, and include:
- Sharing faith
- Your hunger for God
- Your need for healing
- Dying in Christ
- Contemplating Christ
This reproducible eResource is sold with a lifetime license for use within a parish, school, or diocesan office. You are allowed to make unlimited copies for use within your own community. You may also email these to members of your team or participants in your program. If you serve more than one parish or school, each should purchase its own license. You may not post our eResources to any web site without explicit permission to do so. Please contact us if you have any questions. Thank you for cooperating with our honor system regarding our product licenses.
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The Pastoral Center
Bill Huebsch is an author, theologian, former director of religious education, and long-time Catholic publishing professional. He is also a husband, a widely-published and award-winning author, a gardener, a university professor, and a pretty qualified corkscrew operator. He has been a farmer, a marketing director, arts administrator, director of religious education, and diocesan administrator. Bill has published nearly thirty books as well as numerous articles, booklets, and screenplays.
Bill is the founder of the online Pastoral Center and past president of Twenty-Third Publications. Bill writes and teaches extensively on the catechetical mission of the Church and on the importance of continuing to implement the vision of the Second Vatican Council.