Rebuilt Parish Blog

Regularly updated messages from Fr. Michael White and Tom Corcoran!

Partner Spotlight on St. Albert the Great

 

Keep Austin weird. I love that motto.

I want to update you on one of our new parish partners – St. Albert the Great in the diocese of Austin, Texas. This parish is led by Father Charlie Garza...

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Build a Thriving Volunteer Ministry System

 

Last week, we announced our upcoming spring courses, each designed to dive deep into a specific aspect of the Rebuilt model. Our aim is for parishes to make significant strides in a particular area...

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Go. And Make Disciples.

 

Our mission at Rebuilt is simple. It comes to us from Jesus.

The Gospel of Matthew tells us before Jesus ascended into heaven, He called the apostles together and said, “All authority in...

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A THANK YOU to my friend

 

At Rebuilt, we have incredible volunteers, who serve in a variety of capacities as coaches, small group leaders, in administration as well as on our board. 

Today, I want to highlight my...

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Your Church's New Front Door

It wasn’t so very long ago that your church’s front door was … your front door. It was how newcomers and visitors (and everyone else) came to you. The values held by growing...

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A Well-Deserved Welcome

 

This week I want to welcome three new parishes that have joined our community as partners. 

The first is St. Albert the Great in Austin, Texas. The parish is led by Father Charlie Gaza. 

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Shaping Our Future

 

Recently we brought our partner parishes together via Zoom to kick off 2023. The purpose of the kickoff is to get parishes excited about the new year and set the tone of what is to come. 

I...

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Jesus Matters to Everyone at St. Hillary’s

 

Today, I want to take a minute and highlight the Parish of St. Hillary’s in Tibran, California, a town just outside of San Fransisco. St. Hillary’s stands beside their mission of making...

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The Church in 2023

After three difficult years unlike any other in churchworld (and the world at large) we are all left wondering what the year ahead will bring. And as a pastor, my number one question is definitely:...

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Connection.

 

Happy New Year! I hope your 2023 is off to a great start. 

Let’s talk connection.

Connection is vitally important for our parish leaders. In parish work, it can feel like you are out on...

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