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Top Ten Ministry Moments 2022

By Father Cathie Caimano | December 29, 2022

2022 was an exciting year for ministry innovation, and for being a Free Range Priest.

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Small church Christmas

By Father Cathie Caimano | December 21, 2022

We have nothing in common. Except the most important thing.

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Joy as protest

By Father Cathie Caimano | December 12, 2022

Praying for snow is more than fun. It’s my insistence on joy, even in the darkest season.

Me, John the Baptist, and the Future of Church

By Father Cathie Caimano | December 2, 2022

We all want change. But we don’t want to change anything. Maybe all it takes is listening to the raving prophets.

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Creative Minister of the Month – Daphne Reiley

By Father Cathie Caimano | September 28, 2022

Creative Ministers, doing and being church in new ways.

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We’re in the Resurrection business

By Father Cathie Caimano | September 21, 2022

Church may not seem like a business. But we offer something everyone needs.

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What we should learn in seminary

By Father Cathie Caimano | September 14, 2022

Seminary in the original meaning – a ‘seedbed’ for ideas.

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The road to church change goes by the parish administrator’s desk

By Father Cathie Caimano | August 24, 2022

The role of the parish administrator is changing – but maybe not in the ways we think, and maybe not towards technology.

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Why church won’t change

By Father Cathie Caimano | July 12, 2022

Those left in our church pews are the least likely to change.
Maybe we shouldn’t ask them to.

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Bring Church to People

By Father Cathie Caimano | June 21, 2022

People are no longer coming to church like they used to. The future of church is about bringing it to them.

10 ways to get paid

10 new ways to get paid for ministry

In this guide you will learn…

Why part-time is 2 Sundays a month

How to make one vocation out of multiple income streams

Why you don't have to choose between congregational and creative ministry