Women in Parish Leadership

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March 9 Podcast

Mary M. Foley discusses the four years she spent as a pastoral life coordinator in a Midwest parish. Listen to this episode
Mary M. Foley discusses the four years she spent as a pastoral life coordinator in a Midwest parish. Drawing on her article, "Exceptional Pastoring," from the March 9 issue of America, Foley details the responsibilities of a lay leader charged with leading a parish, and the growing pains that can ensue when a woman takes on a role traditionally held by an ordained man. Listen to this episode

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