Preparation: Data collection/ analysis Oct. 2014 to

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PRAISE GOD
FROM WHOM ALL BLESSINGS FLOW
Praise God
from whom all blessings flow;
Praise him all creatures here below;
Praise him above ye heavenly hosts;
Praise Father, Son and Holy Ghost.
Kindle in us
the fire of your love
 Deacon
 Alan
Marty Eisert
Meitler/Mark Kemmeter
 Father
Nicholas Rouch/
Dr. Sam Signorino
Q
&A
Small
and large
group feedback


The vitality of our parishes.
The readiness of our
Catholic education system
to meet the changing
future.


The need to increase
vocations to the
priesthood.
The effectiveness of all
other faith formation
programs beyond the
Catholic education system.

The relevancy of our
current ministries,
programs and services
offered throughout the
diocese.
 Parish
Listening
 Catholic Education
 Vocation
 Faith Formation
 Ministries Task Force
Transparent
Inclusive
Positive
COMMUNICATION
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planning.asp
Meitler
 Gather
and analyze data
 Design framework
 Support task forces
 Implement
PURPOSE OF THE PASTORAL PLAN
Strengthen our ability to
realize our mission.
o Ensure viability and raise
effectiveness. POSSIBILITIES
o Think strategically ten and
twenty years forward.
o
Visionary
Updated
THE PLAN
IS
A LIVING
DOCUMENT
Flexible
Practical
Inspiring
Pastoral
Current
Reality
Preferred
Future
Plan
PASTORAL PLAN
FOR THE DIOCESE OF ERIE
EMPHASIS ON:
Parish Vitality
Catholic Schools
Diocesan Ministries
Vocations
Faith Formation
PLANNING PROCESS
Preparation:
Data collection/analysis
EXTENSIVE DATA GATHERING/ANALYSIS
External
Demographic
Sources
Internal Data
from Diocesan
Sources
Internal Data
from Parishes
and Schools
On-site Visits
Listening
Sessions
Parishioner
Survey
Listening
Vision for vibrant
parishes
Vision for healthy
schools
Presentations –
key findings
Parish
self-assessment
Planning for diocesan vision
Plan development –
preliminary goals and
strategies
Consultation
Planning for Local Vision
Parish and school models for
consideration by region
Suggestion/Consultation/
Response
TIMELINE
Activity
Date(s)
Preparation: Data collection/
analysis
Oct. 2014 to Jan. 2015
Listening
Feb. to May 2015
Presentations: Key findings/issues
June 2015
Task Force groups work on
preliminary plans for diocese
June to Sept. 2015
Parish self-assessments
July to Sept. 2015
Consultation on
diocesan-level plans
Sept. to Oct. 2015
Group parishes into
planning regions or clusters
TIMELINE
Oct. 2015
Activity
Date(s)
Presentation of goals and plans for
diocese; suggest models for
parishes and schools.
December 2015
Establish regional parish Task Force
groups
December 2015
Planning consultation phased by
region:
•
Region 1
•
Region 2
•
Region 3
Jan. to Sept. 2016
Oct. 2016 to May 2017
June 2017 to Jan. 2018
MAJOR PLANNING EVENTS
1
2
•Listening in parishes
and schools
•Presentation of key
findings, challenges,
opportunities, vision
for future
MAJOR PLANNING EVENTS
3
4
•Self-assessment
•Consultation on
diocesan goals and
strategies
MAJOR PLANNING EVENTS
5
•Planning by region
WHAT DOES PLANNING ASK OF YOU?
 Participation
 Listening
and praying
 Conversations
 Communicating
 An open mind
 A long-term perspective
44 Schools 38
10,635 Students 6,878
•
•
•
Educational
marketplace
Inconsistent resources
Catholic culture

Healthy parishes promote
Catholic schools

Be nimble;
embrace change

Actionable plan
CATHOLIC SCHOOLS
A comprehensive long-range
pastoral strategic plan
to ensure they will be
strong, viable
and able to
accomplish their mission
in the future.
COMPONENTS OF THE SCHOOL PLAN
 Catholic
identity
 Academic excellence
 Enrollment and marketing
 School facilities and capital needs
 Financial viability
COMPONENTS OF THE SCHOOL PLAN
 Governance
 Leadership
and staff development
 Catholic Schools Office
COMPONENTS OF THE SCHOOL PLAN
 Governance
 Leadership
and staff development
 Catholic Schools Office
 Models for organization
Every organization is
perfectly designed
to get the results they are
getting.
RISK and CHANGE
can lead to new possibilities.
WILL THE PLAN
MAKE A DIFFERENCE?
The difference will be…
 IMPLEMENTATION
 LEADERSHIP
Questions
The right plan is not our plan,
but God’s plan.
Does our vision of church
match God’s?
POSSIBILITIES
What are your
hopes and fears
about the planning
process
and what it means for
your parish/ministry?
What do you see
as the most important
pastoral issues
the diocese should
address in the
next five years?
Pray
Participate
Work Together
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