WeGather - a New Era of Parish Technology

LPi Ushers in New Era of Technology Built for the Catholic Church

LPi has launched, WeGather, a cloud-based parish community builder integrated with a robust church member management system designed to empower Catholic leaders in ministry. Designed to help parishes better communicate with their parishioners and visitors to their communities, while efficiently maintaining their parish member census data, WeGather helps parish staff and lay leaders to engage people where they are at in their relationship with the parish community, so they can better connect, grow, and disciple them beyond weekend Mass. The technology of WeGather offers parishes a way to better serve the emerging needs of the Catholic Church in the modern world.

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Telling Personal Stories through Video

If a picture is worth a thousand words, how much can video communicate? You can harness this powerful media to share compelling stories from your parish!

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The Significance of You

Each of us is significant. We are all created with unique gifts. God is counting on you to use what He has given you. If you don’t, who will?

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Transform our Hearts, Minds & Souls

We Have Seen His Glory

What do we learn from the miracle at Cana? What truth is revealed in this Sunday’s Gospel? To answer this question, we have to pull back the lens, as it were, to take in a broader view of salvation history.

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A New Moment, A New Life

Whether you feel the difference or not, baptism made you a new creation in Jesus Christ. You were marked for Him with an indelible mark that no one can remove, not even you.

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Fresh Ideas for Saying Thank You to End-of-Year Donors

We often think about our parishioners stewarding their time, talent, and treasure. But what about us stewarding our donors?

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Come Holy Spirit

The Messiah Is in Our Midst

Each of us has received that fire of the Spirit through Baptism and Confirmation. The same Holy Spirit who came down upon Jesus was given to us. It is a Spirit that leads us out of fear and slavery into freedom.

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4 Tips for Keeping Your Social Media Followers Engaged

Social media algorithms are tricky. Some days, it may appear as though you cracked the code with a large number of impressions, but then the following week, you get five views on your most popular weekly feature — what gives?

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Open The Treasure

Give Your Best Gifts to Christ

Oftentimes, the very best of what I have to offer the Christ Child is not always noteworthy. Instead of gold, frankincense and myrrh, I have aspirations of self-promotion, selfishness of appeasing my desire for pleasure and comfort and negative speech and thought patterns. None of these seem appropriate for the baby.

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The Other Wise Man

Jesus himself rests in the lives of all those around us in need. If we live lives of generosity and graciousness, we may find ourselves on constant detours from the road on which we are traveling. It is in the detours and the unexpected circumstances of our journey that often times we find our true purpose in life.

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Four Ways to Turn Visitors into Members

People look for parishes that feed them spiritually — inspiring homilies with practical applications, music that speaks to the heart, and a strong connection to the sacraments, especially that of Reconciliation and the Eucharist. What impression will a visitor have of your parish?

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Unite Our Family

Mirror the Love of the Holy Family

For familial love on this earth to be authentic, it ought to mirror the love of God as much as it can. Our meditation and measure for that is the Holy Family, whose feast we celebrate this weekend.

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Daily Advent Challenge Dec. 24

Monday of Fourth Week of Advent & Christmas Eve

May God bless you with abundance in 2019. Be generous to everyone. And in your stewardship, you will surely find your joy and your God!

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