Category: Catholic Philanthropy

Adaptability Abounds

American religious life has undergone remarkable, complex change in the past two decades, and even more during the last year. The dramatic shifts in the patterns of religious affiliation, giving, and gathering, may be managed through adaptive models for leadership, an intentional effort to make meaning and discern purpose, and integrative approaches to navigating change.

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The Commitment of Catholic Organizations During Crisis

Support for many Catholic ministries increased during the pandemic, but so did the demands. Learn what the latest research has revealed about the pandemic’s impact on nonprofit employment and charitable giving, and how Catholic ministries can prepare for a better future.

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Blueprints for the Common Good?

How can religious and philanthropic leaders work together toward creating a better world? This introduction to a dialogue hosted by the Lake Institute on Faith & Giving provides some provocative insights.

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