Creando Pequenas Comunidades Eclesiales: Un Plan Para Reestructurar la Parroquia y Renovar la Vida Catolica

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Esta experiencia surge de la vision eclesial de un parroco y del peregrinar de su parroquia hacia la renovacion. El Padre Art Baranowski introdujo la iglesia en los hogares de sus feligreses reestructurando su parroquia en pequenas comunidades eclesiales. De modo que sus feligreses reestructurando su parroquia en pequenas comunidades eclesiales. De modo que sus feligreses ya no van a la iglesia, ahora son iglesia.

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Overview

Esta experiencia surge de la vision eclesial de un parroco y del peregrinar de su parroquia hacia la renovacion. El Padre Art Baranowski introdujo la iglesia en los hogares de sus feligreses reestructurando su parroquia en pequenas comunidades eclesiales. De modo que sus feligreses reestructurando su parroquia en pequenas comunidades eclesiales. De modo que sus feligreses ya no van a la iglesia, ahora son iglesia.

La experiencia del Padre Art puede ser la suya tambien. El expresa: "Creo que nuestro esfuerzo en reunir a nuestros feligreses en pequenas comunidades eclesiales puede servir de modelo para todas las parroquias. Este libro contiene tanto la vision que nos inspiro como los detalles practicos de como hicimos lo que hicimos."

Los lideres de la iglesia afirman que ha llegado el momento de renovar la vida catolica mediante la fe y el amor que se experimentan en pequenas comunidades.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780867164046
  • Publisher: Franciscan Media
  • Publication date: 3/28/2000
  • Language: Spanish
  • Series: Llamados a Ser Iglesia Series
  • Edition description: REVISED
  • Pages: 88
  • Product dimensions: 5.46 (w) x 8.36 (h) x 0.21 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduccion: Porque cambiar su parroquia? 1
Porque reestructurarse? 1
El porque de una parroquia 2
RICA--Un modelo para ser catolicos 4
Ser quienes somos de una manera mejor 7
Mirar hacia nuestro pasado 8
Capitulo 1 Una manera nueva de ser iglesia 11
Niveles de pertenecer 11
Un plan comprehensivo para la parroquia 13
El puente pastoral 14
'Tu nos has unido' 14
En resumen 17
Capitulo 2 Desde la vision hacia la realidad en su parroquia 19
Un proceso de tres fases 20
Resumen: Proceso de llamados a ser iglesia 22
Un compromiso a largo plazo 23
Los primeros pasos 23
Indentificar las personas claves/formar un equipo central 23
Valorar su parroquia 25
Comenzar con la experiencia 26
Incluir varias parroquias de la region 27
Comenzar pequeno y poner metas alcanzables 27
Influenciar toda la parroquia con la vision 30
Un liderazgo consistente 31
Capitulo 3 Desde los grupos pequenos hacia las iglesias de base 33
Los grupos: Como comenzar 33
Motivar a los fieles 34
Primera fase: Enfocar en pertenecer al grupo 35
Que Formata? 35
Segunda fase: Orar solos y juntos 36
El enlace pastoral 37
Capitulo 4 Pastorear a los 'pastores' 39
Mantener a los facilitadores pastorales como prioridad predominante 40
Una palabra a los sacerdotes 41
Seleccionar a los facilitadores pastorales 42
La formacion de los FPs 44
En resumen 45
Una advertencia 45
Capitulo 5 Ser iglesia a largo plazo 47
Tercera fase: Reclamar la historia de la iglesia 47
Crear buenas preguntas de enfoque 49
Hacerse aun mas pequeno 52
Nombrar la experiencia, evaluar el progreso 52
El formato de dos horas para la pequena comunidad eclesial 52
Tener de la mano o extender la mano 54
La vida ordinaria y el cuidado diario 55
Iglesia grande/iglesia pequena 56
Porque se deshacen algunas comunidades 58
Capitulo 6 Los otros 75 por ciento 60
Un equilibrio 60
Una inversion en el futuro 61
La disciplina de las prioridades 62
Y los ninos? 65
Conclusion: De aqui, A donde nos vamos? 68
Como comenzar 68
Apendices
A. Principios basicos para un acuerdo de un grupo pequeno 70
B. Unas evaluaciones de muestra para una pequena comunidad eclesial 71
C. Una revision de vida 72
D. Modelo de dos horas para una reunion de pequenas comunidades eclesiales 73
E. Etapas psicologicas del desarrollo de los grupos 76
F. Bibliografia de recursos en espanol 78
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