Should a pastor convene a council only when he has a question? What are the conditions in which a council can thrive? How can we avoid wasting the pastor’s and the council’s time?
Dr. Fischer explains how asking the right kind of question is an essential element in moving forward with your council.
Dr. Fischer reminds us how important healthy relationships are at the heart of the pastoral planning process.
Pastoral planning describes the threefold task of investigating, reflecting and recommending. When facing an issue in your parish, what are the steps to turn a problem into an opportunity for pastoral planning, and ultimately, success?