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If you were unable to participate in the May 23, 2018 presentation, you can access the recorded webinar by clicking the button below.
If you were unable to participate in the January 26, 2018 presentation, you can access the recorded webinar by clicking the button below.
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To all who participated in
the NBCC Pastoring Webinars
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Pastoral Plan of Action Webinars
The NBCC is presenting a series of webinars as a result of Congress XII feedback. The topics that were of most concern to our constituents, clergy, and leadership, formed the basis for the selection of these webinars.
Presenters: Bishop Roy Campbell Jr., Sr. Patricia Chappell, SNDdeN, and Mr. Ralph McCloud
"This webinar will focus on the need for honesty in admitting our complicity in the sin of racism within our Catholic community. We will contextualize our remarks with the mandates found in the Gospel and in our Catholic Social Teachings. We invite our listeners to discover that racism cannot be "fixed", but rather we are all called to be transformed into a Beloved Community where all are cherished."
Presenter: Fr. Stephen D. Thorne, facilitator
Pastoral Planning Committee at Congress IX
“This webinar, the first of a series which will continue the theme of the XII National Black Catholic Congress, will focus on the Pastoral Plan of Action. Participants will learn about how the Pastoral Plan was formulated and how is can be used a tool for pastoral planning. In addition to the information shared, participants will be able to interact with the presenter with questions and comments. Also, the webinar will assist anyone who is interested in engaging in a collaborative process in addressing contemporary issues in the Church and society.”