One parish found the secret to getting more people to live as disciples of Jesus Christ was to come together to help a homeless family in need.
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With more churches and Catholic organizations than ever before using digital technology, internet scammers are looking at them as easy prey. But simple best practices can provide enormous protection.
Virus-Prodded Online Masses Have Changed Many Catholic Parishes — Are They Keeping Some Catholics From Returning to Church?
While online liturgies were a blessing early in the pandemic and continue to provide benefits for parish ministries, some pastors who spoke with the Register expressed concern about the impact over time.
A parish collaborative known for its welcome and faithful Catholic teaching transformed its whole future with a movement to put Jesus Christ first.
Part 2 of a Register series on why ‘small’ dynamics in parishes make them thrive.
The Catholic Church in the U.S. is ‘super-sizing’ its parishes, but small parishes have some critical advantages in passing on the Catholic faith.
Catholic innovation in online giving and communications over the past decade has made sure that dioceses, parishes, schools and ministries have the financial lifelines they need.
Cory Howat, president of the #iGiveCatholic campaign, tells the Register that they have a stopgap solution for dioceses, parishes and ministries that need online giving now.