How Catholic Apostolates should consider to fundraise as we exit out of the Pandemic
Here’s another episode from my “What to do after the Pandemic” series. In other words: what are some of the biggest lessons learned during the past five months that will set up my success for the rest of the year.
I’m talking about ‘being smart’ with the ‘downtime’ you have right now.
Included, I’m sharing with you the BIG lesson I learned at the beginning of 2020. This one lesson – you could say – has set me up for the rest of the year.
I think we are starting to get used to our “new normal “… or at least it feels that way to me.
Don’t get me wrong – there’s still plenty of challenges, twists, turns, and bad news coming.
But you shouldn’t take this journey alone.
With new challenges come new opportunities. Saint John Paul II taught us this in his Apostolic Letter, The Rapid Development. He recognized that technology would help Catholic apostolates fulfill their missions.
He says, ‘Do not be afraid of new technologies! These rank “among the marvelous things.”‘
We’ve seen technology help do this in these past weeks; Livestream Masses and Adoration, online education, virtual retreats, and online donation requests.
What can Saint John Paul II teach you about the rapid development of technology and how it can help your Catholic apostolate?
That is what’s this week’s discussion is all about: