Transforming a Parish Community affected by Natural Disasters

I am offering this presentation as a program Church leaders who wish to engage with their parishioners affected by natural disasters. The purpose is to promote a communal reflection and analysis on issues related to what they experienced as a community. In this case I have applied an ecological concern, but the point is to raise issues that confront a community in light of their experience. The hope is to develop a pastoral plan for the Parish in addressing these ongoing needs. Please feel free to borrow this or to contact me if you have any questions of if you would like to have this presented to your own parish community.

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About jdgonzo73

I am a Catholic lay minister in the field of Christian ethics, Latino theology and Paulacrucian spirituality. I am currently a Doctor of Ministry student at Fordham, an ad-junct professor at Molloy College and St. John's University and the Project Coordinator with the Catholic Roundtable.
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