Posted by - November 4, 2017

EVANGELIZATION AND FAITH FORMATION To proclaim the gospel of Jesus to non-practicing, baptized Catholics. Objective: 1.1 There will be an increase of at least 5% on the number of people receiving the Sacraments of Baptism, Holy Communion, and Confirmation in all parishes by the end of 2022. Goal Statement #2 – Evangelization To proclaim the

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Attendees of the Forum on Phase III of the Diocesan Pastoral Planning took a group photo with Bishop Ryan, the clergy and religious of the diocese. Parishioners from different parishes worked in different groups to set goals and objectives on key areas of the ministries indicated by the Pastoral Planning Committee. The Forum was held at San Antonio Parish Hall last Saturday, August 19, 2017.

Pastoral Planning Forum set Ministry Priorities for the Diocese

Posted by - August 26, 2017

The Diocese of Chalan Kanoa moved another step forward towards the completion of the Diocesan Pastoral Planning initiated late last year by Bishop Ryan. Last Saturday, the Pastoral Planning Committee hosted a Forum to initiate Phase III of the process which is to set goals, objectives and concrete action plans in order to achieve the

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Members of the Pastoral Planning Committee posed for a group photo with Bishop Ryan P. Jimenez and the clergy of the Diocese last Tuesday, July 25, 2017 at the Maturana House of Prayer.

Bishop Ryan to Clergy: “Break Status Quo”

Posted by - July 29, 2017

“We must be a church that goes from waiting for the door-bell to ring, to going out and ringing doorbells” On Tuesday July 25th, the clergy of the Diocese of Chalan Kanoa gathered at the Maturana House of Prayer to discuss the recent progress and developments on Pastoral Planning. They were joined by the members

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Diocesan Pastoral Planning Session

Posted by - May 27, 2017

On Thursday May 18th 2017, members of the clergy and laity from around the Diocese gathered at the San Antonio Social hall for a day oriented on the Diocesan Pastoral Planning. As mentioned in past articles, Pastoral Planning concerns the future of a local church. Prayer is a vital part of this process and so

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Diocesan Pastoral Planning Completed Assessment Phase

Posted by - May 13, 2017

The Bishop’s Committee on Diocesan Pastoral Planning is ready to move to the next phase now that it has completed its overview of the Pastoral Planning Phase I – Assess. This phase was dedicated to the gathering of information and conducting Strength, Weakness, Opportunities and Threats (SWOT) analysis to determine the strategic point of the

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