Parish Councils: Pastoral and Finance
The first in a series of Pastoral Resources published and promoted by the Canon Law Society of America, Parish Councils: Pastoral and Finance examines consultation through parish councils in the wake of Vatican II, as a result of the Council’s emphasis on active participation of the laity in the life of the Church. It offers an in-depth vision of the origins and development of these councils, including the theological and canonical reasoning behind them, as well as a detailed look at their functions, operations, and relationships to other elements of the parish.
Written by James A. Coriden and Mark F. Fischer, this book is ideal for members of parish councils, parish staff members, and pastors.
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