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2 Overview Planning Goals How Did We get Here? Where Are We Going? Who Will Get Us There? Tools for the Journey Leadership Summit Pastoral Letter Parish Initiatives

3 Planning Goals (Second page 2) Engage Parishes in process of prayerful self- reflection on where have been at their best (Discovery) With Help of Holy Spirit - Discern What God Might be asking them to become (Dream) Create a Five Year Plan – Wise use of Resources to Achieve Mission (Design) To be Inspired & Strengthened as Disciples (Destiny)

4 How Did We Get Here? (First page 4) 2012 June - Presbyteral Council ID’s Pastoral Planning As a Need Sept. – Presbyteral Assembly - Consensus – yes - Appreciative Inquiry Model Oct. – Presbyteral Council – Affirms Consensus

5 How Did We Get Here? (4) 2013 Feb. – Coordinating Committee Appointed Spring & Summer – Design Work Sept. 5 – Know, Love, Serve (KLS) Presented to Priests Sept. 27 – Kick Off Event – Parish Leadership Teams

6 Where Are We Going? (4) 2013 Oct.-Nov. – Parish Teams Determine Their Discovery & Dreaming Process 2014 Jan. – Feb. – Parishes (Others) Do Their Discovery & Dreaming

7 Where Are We Going (4) 2014 March 1 – Report on Discovery & Dreams Due March 15 – ID Leadership Summit Attendees April – Leadership Summit June – Bishop Releases Pastoral Letter Implementation

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9 Who Will Help Us Get There? (Second 3) Pastoral Leadership Team (5-8 people) – Pastor – Senior Priests – School Principal – Pastoral Council Chair – Deacon(s) – 2 “at-large” individuals

10 Who Will Get Us There? (Second 3) The “Delegate” – Skills – People & Computer – Attend Sept. 27 – Kick Off – Key Contact Person – Work with Pastor & Core Leadership Team – Convene Gatherings & Conduct Surveys – Collate Information – Draft Report – Consult Pastoral Council – Send in KLS Parish Report

11 Tools - Prayer See Appendices D, I, J – KLS Prayer “Letting oneself be led by Jesus leads to Jesus Surprises” Pope Francis – May 18, 2013

12 Tools – AI Process (H) Handout (25-25) Explain the Appreciative Inquiry Process – Discovery – Dream – Design – Destiny

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14 Tools – Surveys Tips – Appendix B (8) Content – Appendices E (19-20) F (20-21) Delivery (8) – Direct Mail – All Households – Random Sample (25%) – At Masses – Online – 4X6 Cards

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16 Tools – Model – I (3Hr) Model I – Interview, Groups, Assembly (10) – Prayer & Overview of AI (H) – Survey results (if done) – Form pairs – do interview (Ha – Hb) – Small groups (Hc) – Large Group Sharing – Collate Results

17 Tools – Model- II (3 Hr) Model II – Small Groups – Large Group (12) – Prayer, Overview, AI Explained (H) – Survey Results Shared (if done) – Personal Reflection- Parish Strengths (12) – Small Group Discussion – Personal Reflection – Dreams (13) – Small Group Discussion – Large Group – Collate Results

18 Tools – Model – III (6-7 Hr) Evening/Morning – Morning/Afternoon (14) – Prayer, Overview, Summary of AI (H) – Survey Results – Interview pairs – do interviews (Ha-b) – Small Groups (Hc) – Discern 5 Key Parish Strengths – Dream Reflection Exercise (Hg) – Small Group – Large Group

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20 File Report Final Report –(Appendix G – pages 23-24) Due March 1, 2014

21 Now What? Insights can be used to update parish mission statement Insights can be transformed into pastoral plan for parish – Design (translate dreams into goals & plans) – Destiny (commitment) Important Input to Diocesan Leadership Summit

22 Leadership Summit – April Bishop, 50 people, cross section Prayerful Discernment of Input & Personal Groanings of the Spirit (parish & others) Affirm Strengths Process Refine & Narrow Dreams – Design – Brainstorm strategies Move to Destiny (commitments) – recommendations

23 23 Summit Outcome - Wordle

24 Summit Outcomes Consultative Process to Bishop People Excited and Willing to Help Translate Hopes and Dreams into Realities! Bishop Pastoral Letter

25 Implementation Help and Accountability Annual Diocesan Conference – Based on Goals – Additional Tools & Resources to Assist Parishes Annual Parish Report Due - June 30 – How has the parish done? – Plans for the coming year?

26 Outcome Stories Some Green Bay Stories What will your stories be?

27 Pastoral Letter Website 27 HolyEngagedAlive.org

28 Overwhelmed? See Parish Checklist – Appendix A (6-7)

29 Wrap Up Thanks to Bishop Cupich Thanks to Coordinating Committee – Fr. Pat Kerst (chair) – Sr. Judith Niles OP – Herb Dierks – Sue Harmon – Fr. Miguel Angel Mejia – Fr. Mike Savelesky (staff)

30 “We ask this question: Am I stuck on a playground or do I wish to fly high? Am I tied to a herd, blindly doing what everyone else does, seeking only self satisfaction, focused on myself, or do I look above to fly high? Don’t be scared, dare to have fabulous plans. I encourage you to not be afraid to dream, to have great ideals, to be builders of hope”. Pope Francis - VOXXI – website posting 6/21/13

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