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Where does parish renewal begin and how can we get it right?

The Divine Renovation Podcast seeks to inspire and equip pastors and parish leaders to move their parish from maintenance to mission.
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In the fourth part of our series on the Vatican document on evangelization and parish renewal, Fr. James Mallon and Fiona O'Reilly speak into some of the obstacles within this document. This complex document created over so many years with the input of so many leaders means that there can be a degree of confusion and in this part of our discussion, we talk about some of the places we know that parishes might struggle in adopting this document or where the document itself might miss the mark. Want to know more about upcoming events, webinars, resources, and more? Click here to subscribe to the Divine Renovation Newsletter
The third part of our conversation between Fr. James Mallon and Fiona O'Reilly discusses the importance of the structure and our ways of working. In our ministry, we talk a lot about maintenance to mission and this document focuses on this idea in a significant way. This document speaks into not just mission but also has enough of a focus on how to give parishes a place to start from.   How does this document distinguish between vision and a plan?
Join Father James Mallon and Fiona O'Reilly as they dig deeper into the first section of the Vatican's document on pastoral conversion.
Join Father James Mallon and Fiona O'Reilly as they discuss the document released from the Vatican, "The pastoral conversion of the parish community in the service of the evangelizing mission of the church".  What impact does this document have on the Church and how does our work at Divine Renovation align with this new clarification on mission?
At Divine Renovation, we lean heavily into teams. In fact, we don’t think that a parish can move from maintenance to mission without building strong leadership teams. This week on the podcast, join Mike Tanner, Ron Huntley, Dan O’Rourke, and Rob McDowell as they come together to share their thoughts on why teams are so important and how parishes can actually form and grow successful teams. During our current season, it’s important to stay connected and when you’ve got a strong team around you, that connectivity is inevitable. To download our new resource kit, Ministering In The New Reality: www.divinerenovation.org  To download the Divine Renovation App for Apple and Android: www.divinerenovation.app.link To check out the Divine Renovation Network, visit our website: https://www.divinerenovation.tv/
THIS EPISODE WAS RECORDED PRIOR TO THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC. Life is hard for young adults and it's even harder for those that wish to pursue a relationship with Jesus Christ. Christian ideals are constantly under attack from the media and aggressively secular culture. Domenic Inneo of Souled Out Ministry joins us for part two of our conversation on how we can reach young people and share the gospel with them and why this is such an important mission. To download our new resource kit, Ministering In The New Reality: www.divinerenovation.org  To download the Divine Renovation App for Apple and Android: www.divinerenovation.app.link To check out the Divine Renovation Network, visit our website: https://www.divinerenovation.tv/
This week on the podcast is our conversation with the Domenic Inneo of Renewal Ministries and Souled Out Ministries. Domenic shares with us his faith story, how he found himself involved in youth ministry, and why he’s so focused on helping young people develop a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. Whether you’re a parent, a pastor, or a youth minister, this is a great conversation on why we need to refocus our attention on the next generation of the Catholic Church. To download our new resource kit, Ministering In The New Reality: www.divinerenovation.org  To download the Divine Renovation App for Apple and Android: www.divinerenovation.app.link To check out the Divine Renovation Network, visit our website: https://www.divinerenovation.tv/
THIS PODCAST WAS RECORDED SEVERAL WEEKS AGO BEFORE TEAMS BEGAN SOCIAL DISTANCING AND REMOTE WORK Rob McDowell and Father James Mallon come together with Dan O’Rourke to dig into sacramental theology. The team works through some of the mistakes that we’ve made in the way we’ve handled sacraments in the history of the Church. Many show up for sacraments knowing full well that they don’t believe what they do or what they say. In these moments, there is no encounter. Are we doing what we’re supposed to be doing or what we think we’re supposed to be doing? Why have we focused on catechesis over evangelization in the Church? Do many of these issues stem from a bad translation? This is a great conversation for leaders looking to make a real shift from maintenance to mission. For all things related to our ministry and our work visit our website: www.divinerenovation.org  To download the Divine Renovation App for Apple and Android: www.divinerenovation.app.link For the full list of Divine Renovation Books with links, visit our website: www.divinerenovation.org/inspire#books  To check out the Divine Renovation Network, visit our website: https://www.divinerenovation.tv/
This week is a practical conversation for today's situation. This is a very good time for churches to be thinking more deeply about how they use digital tools to help with the mission of the Church. Join Father James Mallon, Rob McDowell, Mike Tanner, and Dan O'Rourke as we discuss websites, live streams, and a host of other tools that we can use in order to connect with a world that is living online. Can the Church live online? Join us for this timely and practical conversation. For all things related to our ministry and our work visit our website: www.divinerenovation.org  To download the Divine Renovation App for Apple and Android: www.divinerenovation.app.link For the full list of Divine Renovation Books with links, visit our website: www.divinerenovation.org/inspire#books  To check out the Divine Renovation Network, visit our website: https://www.divinerenovation.tv/
This week on the podcast things get exciting as  Dan O'Rourke, Father James Mallon, and Rob McDowell discuss the evangelization efforts of parishes and whether those systems are fruitful or ill-fated. We'll dig into a discussion on what evangelization could or should look like and what it looks like far too often in the Catholic Church and the team will provide real, actionable advice on how pastors and lay leaders can make a difference when it comes to their efforts to bring people into a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. If you're a pastor or parish leader and want to know more about the primacy of evangelization, you're going to want to listen to this. For all things related to our ministry and our work visit our website: www.divinerenovation.org  To download the Divine Renovation App for Apple and Android: www.divinerenovation.app.link For the full list of Divine Renovation Books with links, visit our website: www.divinerenovation.org/inspire#books  To check out the Divine Renovation Network, visit our website: https://www.divinerenovation.tv/
This week on the podcast we’re talking one of our favourite topics; conferences. Father James Mallon, Dan O’Rourke, Ron Huntley, and Mike Tanner speak into the events that have helped form them, and why conferences are important aspects of team forming.. Whether you’ve been to previous Divine Renovation Conferences or are curious about what happens when missional minded parishes come together, this is a great conversation to tune in to
This week on the podcast it’s all about fun…because it’s all about icebreakers. Join Rob McDowell, Ron Huntley, Dan O’Rourke, and Mike Tanner in a fun conversation on why we do icebreakers and when and why we should stop. How can we reduce the cringe factor and increase the relationship factor through activities that bring people together? Do you know WHY you’re doing icebreakers? Do you know WHEN you should do icebreakers? Do you know WHO should do icebreakers? Tune in and check it out.    For all things related to our ministry and our work visit our website: www.divinerenovation.org  To download the Divine Renovation App for Apple and Android: www.divinerenovation.app.link For the full list of Divine Renovation Books with links, visit our website: www.divinerenovation.org/inspire#books  To check out the Divine Renovation Network, visit our website: https://www.divinerenovation.tv/
This week on the podcast we have the second half of our conversation with Sister Nuala Kenny. Sr. Nuala is a pediatrician, bioethicist, and professor emeritus who has spent her life working on the issue of abuse within the Church. This week we discuss the underlying issues that have led to this crisis and how the Church can move forward in an effort of renewal. This conversation is an incredibly difficult and powerful conversation that we know will help in this healing.  To register for DR20 in Halifax, Nova Scotia or for more information about the conference, visit our website: www.divinerenovation.org/dr20  For all things related to our ministry and our work visit our website: www.divinerenovation.org  To download the Divine Renovation App for Apple and Android: www.divinerenovation.app.link For the full list of Divine Renovation Books with links, visit our website: www.divinerenovation.org/inspire#books  To check out the Divine Renovation Network, visit our website: https://www.divinerenovation.tv/
This week on the podcast we're joined by pediatrician, bioethicist and professor emeritus Sister Nuala Kenny to discuss a very important and very difficult topic; the sexual abuse crisis in the Church. Sr. Kenny joins Dan O'Rourke, Ron Huntley and Father James Mallon to discuss both the history of abuse as well as the underlying and often untended reasons that abuse has been allowed to continue. Sr. Kenny has written a number of books and hundreds of papers on this topic and shares with our listeners her medical and spiritual experiences through these tragedies. To register for DR20 in Halifax, Nova Scotia or for more information about the conference, visit our website: www.divinerenovation.org/dr20  For all things related to our ministry and our work visit our website: www.divinerenovation.org  To download the Divine Renovation App for Apple and Android: www.divinerenovation.app.link For the full list of Divine Renovation Books with links, visit our website: www.divinerenovation.org/inspire#books  To check out the Divine Renovation Network, visit our website: https://www.divinerenovation.tv/
What does giving have to do with mission? This week on the podcast, join Dan O’Rourke, Father Simon Lobo, Rob McDowell, and Mike Tanner in a conversation on the topic of giving and how money is tied to mission. Whether you are a pastor trying to grow giving in your parish or a parishioner trying to understand the need for giving in the church this is a great conversation on a topic that no one seems to want to have a conversation about.  Talking about money can be hard for some people so the team unpacks what it means to be a missional giver. To register for DR20 in Halifax, Nova Scotia or for more information about the conference, visit our website: www.divinerenovation.org/dr20  For all things related to our ministry and our work visit our website: www.divinerenovation.org  To download the Divine Renovation App for Apple and Android: www.divinerenovation.app.link For the full list of Divine Renovation Books with links, visit our website: www.divinerenovation.org/inspire#books  To check out the Divine Renovation Network, visit our website: https://www.divinerenovation.tv/
This probably isn't the first time that you've heard someone ask this question. What do you think? Are leaders born with some innate ability that allows them to lead? Is leadership a learned response? How does this question impact parish renewal? This week on the podcast, join Dan O'Rourke, Ron Huntley and Father James Mallon as they shed some light on this age old question and share with us their own stories of how leadership manifested for them. Whether you're a pastor, a priest or a lay leader, this is a great conversation to tune in to.  To register for DR20 in Halifax, Nova Scotia or for more information about the conference, visit our website: www.divinerenovation.org/dr20  For all things related to our ministry and our work visit our website: www.divinerenovation.org  To download the Divine Renovation App for Apple and Android: www.divinerenovation.app.link For the full list of Divine Renovation Books with links, visit our website: www.divinerenovation.org/inspire#books  To check out the Divine Renovation Network, visit our website: https://www.divinerenovation.tv/
This week on the Divine Renovation Podcast, Dan O’Rourke is joined by Ron Huntley and Father James Mallon to talk about how consumerism impacts our understanding of what it looks like to be a parishioner? Too often we treat Mass or the sacraments like spiritual fast food. How has the shift to a secular world focused on “things” impacted our experience of Church? Does your parish feel transformational or transactional? Is your parish in the business of life transformation or does your community feel like a “spiritual vending machine”? This week on the podcast we delve into what we need to do to combat these mindsets in the Catholic Church. To register for DR20 in Halifax, Nova Scotia or for more information about the conference, visit our website: www.divinerenovation.org/dr20  For all things related to our ministry and our work visit our website: www.divinerenovation.org  To download the Divine Renovation App for Apple and Android: www.divinerenovation.app.link For the full list of Divine Renovation Books with links, visit our website: www.divinerenovation.org/inspire#books  To check out the Divine Renovation Network, visit our website: https://www.divinerenovation.tv/
What does mission really look like? This week on the podcast we're joined by Father Michael Mitchell, chaplain for Mission Youth and author of the book I Saw His Face, as well as Stephen Auth, author of The Missionary of Wall Street. Both men are involved in the Regnum Christi movement and both have travelled the world in an effort to bring people into a relationship with Jesus Christ. From opportunities to reach and engage youth to ways to reach those who've fallen away from the Church, this conversation is a behind the scenes glimpse into what it means to live as a missionary disciple. To register for DR20 in Halifax, Nova Scotia or for more information about the conference, visit our website: www.divinerenovation.org/dr20  For all things related to our ministry and our work visit our website: www.divinerenovation.org  To download the Divine Renovation App for Apple and Android: www.divinerenovation.app.link For the full list of Divine Renovation Books with links, visit our website: www.divinerenovation.org/inspire#books  To check out the Divine Renovation Network, visit our website: https://www.divinerenovation.tv/
This week on the podcast Mike Tanner is joined by Rob McDowell, Ron Huntley and Dan O'Rourke to discuss what it means to lead like Jesus? From the servant\leader shift to understanding who it is we're serving, we visit Jesus' example of what leadership looks like. Is that the best way to lead your church? Is it possible? What are the struggles we face when we strive to lead like Jesus? This is a fun and powerful conversation focused on the things that truly make a difference in the life of a parish.  To register for DR20 in Halifax, Nova Scotia or for more information about the conference, visit our website: www.divinerenovation.org/dr20  For all things related to our ministry and our work visit our website: www.divinerenovation.org  To download the Divine Renovation App for Apple and Android: www.divinerenovation.app.link For the full list of Divine Renovation Books with links, visit our website: www.divinerenovation.org/inspire#books  To check out the Divine Renovation Network, visit our website: https://www.divinerenovation.tv/
If Jesus talks about money so much then why are we so uncomfortable talking about money as leaders in the Church. This week on the podcast, Dan O'Rourke is joined by Father Simon Lobo, Father James Mallon, and Rob McDowell to discuss the obstacles to financial conversations in the church and how we can overcome them. The team discusses how we tie giving with mission and provide a clear conversation around how money actually works within the church. This is a great conversation not just for pastors but also for parishioners seeking a behind the scenes look at how planning for giving works. To register for DR20 in Halifax, Nova Scotia or for more information about the conference, visit our website: www.divinerenovation.org/dr20  For all things related to our ministry and our work visit our website: www.divinerenovation.org  To download the Divine Renovation App for Apple and Android: www.divinerenovation.app.link For the full list of Divine Renovation Books with links, visit our website: www.divinerenovation.org/inspire#books  To check out the Divine Renovation Network, visit our website: https://www.divinerenovation.tv/
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