Loyola University Chicago

Institute of Pastoral Studies

Milestone Conference Reports

As part of the INSPIRE Milestone Conference project, a great deal of research was directed toward the creation of several reports that were presented and discussed by conference participants. The reports are useful tools in our contemporary church environment that will help to inform ministry and policy for years to come. The reports are presented here in their entirety for download.

No Favoritism: Effectively Pastoring Multicultural Parishes from Chicago to Los Angeles

Brett C. Hoover, PhD, Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, CA

Brett C. Hoover INSPIRE Milestone Conference Report

Building Collaboration, Building Church? Exploring the INSPIRE Legacy

Bryan and Mary Froehle

Bryan and Mary Froehle INSPIRE Milestone Conference Report

INSPIRE Learning about Parish Consulting

Daniel Gast

Daniel Gast INSPIRE Milestone Conference Report

Lay Ecclesial Ministry in the Parish Today

Marti R. Jewell, DMin, University of Dallas, Dallas, TX

Marti R. Jewell INSPIRE Milestone Conference Report Version

INSPIRE: Implications for Ministry in the U.S. Church

Sr. Katarina Schuth, OSF, University of St. Thomas, Saint Paul, MN

Sr. Katarina Schuth OSF INSPIRE Milestone Conference Report

Toward a Culture of Dynamic Community: Parish Consolidation and the Values of Project INSPIRE

William A. Clark, SJ, College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, MA

William A. Clark SJ INSPIRE Milestone Conference Report

For further information, please contact Mark Bersano, IPS Coordinator of Parish Leadership and Management Programs at 312.915.7428, or mbersan@luc.edu.