Resources for Lay Ministries

National Association for Lay Ministry
Headquarters for this professional organization that supports, educates and advocates for lay ministers and promotes the development of lay ministry in the Catholic...www.nalm.org

USCCB - (FLWY) - Lay Ecclesial Ministry
Lay Ecclesial Ministry: Co-Workers in the Vineyard of the Lord Welcome. Welcome to the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops’ Lay Ecclesial Ministry site. www.usccb.org/laity/laymin

USCCB - (FLWY) - Lay Ecclesial Ministry: The State Of The Questions
Order Copies of This Publication. A Report of the National Conference of Catholic Bishops Subcommittee on Lay Ministry Committee on the Laity. Contents www.usccb.org/laity/laymin/layecclesial.shtml

USCCB - (FLWY) - Lay Ecclesial Ministry: The State Of The Questions
Order Copies of This Publication. A Report of the National Conference of Catholic Bishops Subcommittee on Lay Ministry Committee on the Laity. Contents www.usccb.org/laity/laymin/layecclesial.shtml

USCCB - (FLWY) - Lay Ecclesial Ministry
Lay Ecclesial Ministry: Co-Workers in the Vineyard of the Lord Welcome. Welcome to the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops’ Lay Ecclesial Ministry site. www.usccb.org/laity/laymin

Emerging Models of Pastoral Leadership - Lay Ecclesial Ministry
Lay Ecclesial Ministry. Related Reports & Articles; Related News Articles; The day-to-day life of the parish, both programming and pastoral care often relies on the lay...www.emergingmodels.org/topic.cfm?id=15

Lay Ecclesial Ministry
Just what IS Lay Ecclesial Ministry? These are exciting times in the Catholic Church! New ministries are growing in response to new needs in the world and in the Church. dioceseoftrenton.org/page.aspx?pid=632

Lay Ministry - John Paul II Center
What is Lay Ecclesial Ministry? Within the broader group of lay ministers is a smaller group of men and women whose service is characterized by: www.johnpaul2center.org/LayFormation/LayMinistry.htm

USCCB - (FLWY) - Lay Ecclesial Ministry: Research
National Pastoral Life Center. Current research from the National Pastoral Life Center helps to more fully understand the reality of Lay Ecclesial Ministry. www.nccbuscc.org/laity/laymin/research.shtml

Advancing Excellence in Lay Ecclesial Ministry
Advancing Excellence in Lay Ecclesial Ministry. The forty-three co-sponsors of the 2011 Collegeville National Symposium on Lay Ecclesial Ministry welcome you to the...www.csbsju.edu/sot/symposium

Lay Ecclesial Ministry Symposium
The National Symposium on Lay Ecclesial Ministry . A great number of church leaders working in Young Adult Ministry today fall into the category of "lay ecclesial ministers"...www.ncyama.org/about/lemsymposium.htm

CHURCH Magazine: Lay Ecclesial Ministers: Looking Back, Looking...
The symposium closed with a ritual of blessing in which participants recommitted themselves to the vocation of lay ecclesial ministry. Key Outcomes... www.churchmagazine.org/issue/0806/par_lay.php

The Holy Spirit's Call : The Vocation of Lay Ecclesial Ministry
In a keynote address to the St. John's School of Theology Symposium on Lay Ecclesial Ministry, Dr. Edward Hahnenberg addressed lay ecclesial ministry... www.emergingmodels.org/article.cfm?id=366

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