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Only 7% of your parish is engaged. Here’s how to fix that…

It’s the #1 question most parishes wonder about: How do we engage our inactive parishioners?? It’s such a big problem. I’m sure you know it. Studies show that only about 25% of Catholics attend Mass each Sunday. And only about 7% are actively engaged throughout the week, meaning they show up for parish events, study their faith, join small groups, … Continue reading

Watch My FREE New Video Series on the “Best Evidence for God”!

I couldn’t believe the statistic when I heard it: In the past ten years, the number of atheists has DOUBLED in America. Can you believe that?? DOUBLED. It’s crazy! Increasingly, people are leaving religion, questioning the Bible, and doubting God. And these are people we love: our family, friends, coworkers, and neighbors. Yet these are people who are really struggling … Continue reading

Learning from a Saint Who Mirrored Christ and St. Francis

Today we continue our regular series called “Learning from the Saints.” Our guide is expert Bert Ghezzi, a dear friend of mine and the author of numerous books including Voices of the Saints, Saints at Heart, and Discover Christ: Developing a Personal Relationship with Jesus. His more recent books are The Power of Daily Mass and The Heart of Catholicism. You can learn more about Bert and … Continue reading

Pier Giorgio Frassati, Man of the Beatitudes: An Interview with Archbishop Peter Sartain

I recently had dinner with Archbishop Peter Sartain, the affable leader of Seattle’s Catholic community. Quickly I learned why so many churchman admire him. After an exchange of greetings, the first thing he did was hand me a second-class relic of Bl. Pier Giorgio Frassati, my favorite saint. That launched a long conversation about the man Pope John Paul II … Continue reading

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