Archbishop Joseph F. Nauman has announced his pastoral vision for the archdiocese for the next 10 years.  This document, promulgated on August 4, 2015, the Feast of St. John Vianney, with the theme “Complete Joy: Growing as Disciples of Jesus, Making Disciples for Jesus" is the culmination of the work that he and his Visioning Team have accomplished over the past year. Below are links to this document and a shorter summary of this 10 year plan.

 

“Complete Joy: Growing as Disciples of Jesus, Making Disciples for Jesus"

 

Visioning Team Summary of "Complete Joy..." 

 

Below is information about the Archbishop's Visioning Process:

The Archbishop, after consulting the Presbyteral Council (council of priests advisors) retained the Catholic Leadership Institute (CLI) for the purpose of facilitating a Visioning Process for the Archdiocese.  This Visioning Process engaged numerous individuals in the Church in a guided conversation concerning the local church's strengths and challenges, and strove to articulate a shared vision concerning pastoral priorities for years to come.  For details on the specifics of the Visioning Process, check out the links below.  

LETTER FROM ARCHBISHOP NAUMANN (Letter from the Archbishop to the Faithful of the Archdiocese Introducing the Visioning Process)

PRAYER FOR THE VISIONING PROCESS  En español

COMPONENTS OF THE VISIONING PROCESS

     Members of the Visioning Team

     Members of the Focus Groups

 

INFORMATION ABOUT CATHOLIC LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE 

ARCHBISHOP'S PASTORAL GOALS 2005-2015 (The five pastoral goals that have guided planning since 2005)

SHARED VISION LOGO (JPG)