Lay ministers lead the way in Louisiana

Bole, William
June 1995
National Catholic Reporter;6/2/95, Vol. 31 Issue 31, p5
Focuses on the work of Catholic lay ministers in Louisiana. Explosion of lay ministers; Changing Catholic culture; Participatory model of ministry; Ministering in the office. INSET: Catholics looking for more responsible.., by W.B..


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