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|Author:||William E. Simon||UPC:||9781594714177|
|Description||What is really happening in the Catholic Church in North America? Are parishes thriving or dying? Is dissatisfaction among Catholics growing or are they becoming more engaged in the evangelizing mission of the Church? Businessman, professor, and philanthropist, William E. Simon Jr. has been highly influenced by the dynamic and inspiring Catholic parishes he has attended for more than 25 years. Great Catholic Parishes looks at Simon's insights and the success stories of 244 vibrant parishes to show what makes them exceptional. The study found that all of the parishes shared four foundational practices that led to a profound sense of belonging within their parish communities and a deepening commitment to discipleship.|
|Author Biography||William E. Simon Jr. is founder and chairman of Parish Catalyst. He is the author, with Michael Novak, of Living the Call: An Introduction to the Lay Vocation. Simon serves as co-chairman of the investment firm William E. Simon & Sons, as well as visiting professor in UCLA's law school and economics department. Cardinal Timothy M. Dolan is the Archbishop of New York.|
|Author(s)||William E. Simon|
|Publisher||Ave Maria Press|
|Date of Publication||26/10/2016|
|Subject||Christian History & Denominations|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||226819406|
|Place of Publication||Notre Dame, IN|
|Country of Publication||United States|
|Imprint||Ave Maria Press|
|Foreword by||Cardinal Timothy Michael Dolan|
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