what sacrifice looks like

What Sacrifice Looks Like

May our eyes see more of those who are generous. May the witness of true sacrifice show us the way to the Father and to a world full of His love.

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Give Freely Receive Plenty

Something to Give, Everything to Trust

How easy to focus our concerns on the mighty and the games they play. How easy, too, for those in power to have inflated senses of their identity and role. Our eyes, our Lord recommends, ought to fall elsewhere.

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Why Your Staff Should Share Calendars

As your staff members plan their days and track their time, having work-related data accessible in a shared calendar can be helpful. Going digital means you’re not limited to someone’s in-office presence to know their schedule.

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Using Giving Tuesday to Jump-Start Parish Giving

Think of Giving Tuesday as a way to jump-start the “spirit of stewardship” at your parish. Most parishioners know the importance of tithing but not all of them are aware of the many ways in which to do so.

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Where Does God Rank?

How important is God in your life? Your answer could be the key to life that you have been looking for all along.

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Seeing Through the Eyes of Love

We Are Companions on the Journey

If we look into the eyes of someone we only know as a fellow journey-person, brother, or sister in faith, what do we see, who do we see? There is a profound story beneath those eyes and in their soul.

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Heart Check

We are called to serve instead of be served. Our mission is to sacrifice ourselves and what we desire on this earth for the Kingdom of God.

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The Importance of Staff Retreats

It’s so important for parish staff as a whole to get away from the many tasks that come from running a faith community. That is why a parish retreat is so vital to the well-being of your staff — mind, body, and soul.

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Everyday Stewardship – Claim Your Free Copy At ICSC!

Will you be with us at the 56th Annual International Catholic Stewardship Conference? If so, don’t miss out on your free copy of Tracy Earl Welliver’s new book: “Everyday Stewardship: Living and Extraordinary Life.”

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Lord, Help Me See

Bounded by Our Spiritual Blindness

When we open ourselves to God’s grace, we can be healed of that blindness of spirit that sometimes prevents us from following Jesus with freedom and joy, which is an important part of discipleship.

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Called to Give

Giving of our gifts and talents in only ways we want to means that we become deaf and blind to the numerous times Jesus Christ calls us to give. We also easily avoid any form of real sacrifice, which often leads us to give only from our excess. Wisdom allows us to see where we are being called, even if we are unsure what increase will result from our investment.

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Catholic Tips for Halloween

Halloween isn’t something to avoid, but instead something to celebrate! How do you get creative in remembering the reason for the season?

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