Print Page | Contact Us | Report Abuse | Sign In | Register
Emerging Models Project Reports
Share |

Emerging Models Project Reports

Perspectives from Parish Leaders: U.S. Parish Life and Ministry (2012)

Special Report: Multi-parish Ministry Findings (2012)

Changing Face of U.S. Catholic Parishes (2011)

Emerging Models and Best Practices of Parish Leadership (2008)

Ministry in Multicultural and Ethnic / National Parishes Report (2008)

Parish Leadership Summit Report (2008)

Deacons Entrusted with the Pastoral Care of a Parish according to Canon 517.2 (2008)

The Parish, Small Church Communities, and the National Ministry Summit (article)

Young Adult Catholics Interim Report (2007)

The Role and Responsibility of Parish Business Managers and Parish Finance Councils Final Report

Insights From the Field: Vision and Challenge for Parish Leadership by Marti Jewell, D.Min.
November 1, 2006

The challenge facing ministry formators today, in forming the character of the pastoral leader for leadership in the 21st century is indeed, daunting. The good news is that it can be done in ways that are totally unexpected and yet attainable within the current structures. The characteristics will serve pastoral leaders whatever the socio-economic setting, demographics, or geography. These findings are the result of extensive research being conducted by six national organizations representing lay and ordained leadership, using a variety of formal and informal research methodologies. A growing and credible body of information is now available to those who are preparing tomorrow’s leaders.

"This material is intended for the benefit of the national church and may be copied. However all materials created by and for the Emerging Models Project is copyrighted by the National Association for Lay Ministry. It's use is governed by the 'fair use' provision of the Copyright Act of 1976. Written permission is required for distribution beyond the fair use provision and may be readily obtained from NALM."

Additional archival material to be added in the future.