Members of the Diocese of St. Cloud’s stewardship advisory committee reflect on questions surrounding stewardship practices and local efforts.
“We must learn to give the best we have to God and others. Why? It is not just because God promises great blessings when we do, but because the meaning of our lives is found in becoming like Jesus.”
Thanks to generous donors, the Bishop’s Annual Appeal is nearing its goal and making a difference in the lives of Catholics across the diocese.
The Diocese of St. Cloud held a virtual stewardship conference for three mornings of education, conversation and best practices for fostering stewardship in our parishes/Area Catholic Communities.
The Diocese of St. Cloud will host a virtual “Stewardship Week” on three consecutive mornings, Aug. 25-27. The theme of the free event Is “Gathered, Nourished and Sent.” All sessions will be available via Zoom.
We are in a new age of accountability for the church, and this is a good thing. But let’s not forget who we support when we bring our gifts to the church each Sunday.
St. John’s Prep students get hands-on chance to practice stewardship at St. John’s University.
The Diocese of St. Cloud is offering a day for people to learn about the practices of stewardship. The day’s theme is, “Stewardship as a Way of Life: Building Vibrant and Engaged Parishes.”