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Purpose of Today Synod Progress Update Share the Narratives. Participants share the information that they have gathered about the projects/programs that realise the Synod Statements Reflect how the examples reflect the Synod Statements Identify Emerging themes Construct some tentative propositions based on the information shared. © M. Leahy Integroe Partners
Integrating Faith and Life We, the people of the Catholic Diocese of Broken Bay, strive to live as a communion whose mission is both to deepen its faith in Jesus Christ, and to live and proclaim God’s message of transformation and hope in changing and challenging times. © M. Leahy Integroe Partners
Engaging and Participating We, the people of the Catholic Diocese of Broken Bay, strive to live as a communion of vibrant eucharistic communities, seeking to welcome the giftedness and value of each person as we journey and grow in our Christian discipleship, and as we contribute to building the unity of the Body of Christ. © M. Leahy Integroe Partners
Reaching Out We, the people of the Catholic Diocese of Broken Bay, sharing in the Mission of Christ, strive to reach out to all. We are called to give generously: serving those in need; seeking peace and justice; caring for creation and boldly proclaiming Christ present in the world. © M. Leahy Integroe Partners
Share the Narratives What did you observe? In what way does this example reflect the Statement/s? © M. Leahy Integroe Partners
Emerging Themes What themes are emerging as enablers of the Statements across the examples we have heard? © M. Leahy Integroe Partners
Tentative Propositions Based on the observations we have made and the themes we have discerned we propose that: the Synod Statements are alive when………. © M. Leahy Integroe Partners
Where to from here? © M. Leahy Integroe Partners
Diocesan Mission What? How? Synod Statement or element of Statement. Key Principles/ Enablers of the Statements Key Principles/ Enablers of the Statements © M. Leahy Integroe Partners
DiscernmentAccompaniment be present, be open, listen & hear reflect and contemplate share the fruits of your contemplation question to seek clarification engage your imagination suspend judgment Walking with. Listening to Empathising with one’s story Evoking a response Enhancing self worth and wellbeing The Emmaus story of a resurrected Jesus walking with friends, Luke 24:13-35, places accompaniment, including the leadership context, in a positive inter- relationship. © M. Leahy Integroe Partners
© M.Leahy Integroe Partners. Integrating Faith and Life We, the people of the Catholic Diocese of Broken Bay, strive to live as a communion whose mission.
© M. Leahy Integroe Partners. Purpose of Today Engage with and reflect on the Synod Statements. Share and reflect on examples of the statements alive.
© M. Leahy Integroe Partners. Agenda 9.00 am: Welcome, Prayer, Purpose 9.15 am: Synod Update 9.30am: How we will work together today 9.45am: Designing.
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Core Purpose Drawn together by the Holy Spirit, we are a distinct and diverse community of Christians that come together as one church, joining faith and.
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