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Question One

This is a question for every Catholic... Am I a person who goes out of myself? How many pastoral visits or outreaches do I make each week beyond those of meeting a specific need? For example, do I meet a new person at Mass each week? For priests and deacons, do I make a home visit which is not need-driven?

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Question Two

What is the response when I do go out to people? When an outreach goes well, what does it do for me? When it doesn’t go well, what do I learn about myself?

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Question Four

How does our community welcome families wanting baptism, marriage, a preference certificate, or a funeral? How does it reach out to the sick, the lonely and the lost? How does the parish’s presence in the home continue after the “event”?

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Question Seven

How do we reach out to families where there is someone in prison, suffering from drug or alcohol addiction, sickness, domestic violence, poverty, parenting alone or unemployed, etc?

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Question Eight

We all see the social ills in our community. How present are we as a Church to these families?

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Question Ten

How as a parish community or a school can we become more present to people not
practicing their faith, so we are able to share our faith and pray with people?

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