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Structures for Leadership: Are They Working?

Nearly forty years after the Vatican II Council, the church is still seeking the right formula for engaging lay members in its institutional life. These conference proceedings offer an array of opinion on how effective the church has been in fostering a sense of shared responsibility for its life. Speakers include journalists, researchers, scholars, and prominent lay Catholics who caution the church that without more vigorous efforts to activate the laity a slide into nominal Catholicism may be in the offing.

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2004
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59
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Table of Contents

Welcome

Introduction

Structures for Lay Leadership

    Peter Steinfels, Author

    Respondent:
    Alice Bourke Hayes, National Review Board

What Lay Catholics Are Saying About Their Church

    Moderator: Geoffrey T. Boisi

    Research Perspectives:
    William R. Barnett, LeMoyne College
    James D. Davidson, Purdue University
    Ruth A. Wallace, George Washington University

Religious Education and Spiritual Formation of Laity: A Stumbling Block for What the Church is Called to Be?

    Thomas H. Groome, Boston College

The Coming Catholic Church: How the Faithful are Shaping a New American Catholicism

    David Gibson, Author

Toward a National Structure for Lay Leadership and Participation: An Impossible Dream?

    Moderator: Thomas J. Healey

    Respondents:
    Mary Ann Gubish, Office for Pastoral Life and Planning, Diocese of Greensburg
    Terri Monroe RSCJ, University of San Diego
    Michael J. Sheeran SJ, Regis University

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