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Dr. Don McCrabb

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Our 2021 Conference explored the theme, "Building a Missionary Parish." Dr. Don McCrabb and Jack Jezreel gave us tools for transforming your parish into one that carries the Good News of Jesus Christ to its neighborhood and beyond. Here are the recordings of the sessions for your reference.

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JACK JEZREEL Jack is the founder of JustFaith Ministries and was its first Executive Director. Prior to that, he spent five years in a Catholic Worker community working with homeless men and women.  Later, Jack divided his time between faith-based justice education and organic agriculture. He holds a B.A. in Philosophy and Religion and a Master of Divinity degree from Notre Dame. He and his spouse Maggie have been married for 32 years and have three adult daughters. Jack is a popular speaker and author of the book, A New Way to Be Church: Parish Renewal from the Outside In (Orbis Books)His work now focuses on presentations, workshops and training to introduce JustFaith programs and local leadership and networking.

DON McCRABB Don is a pastoral theologian who taught for the Catholic Leadership Institute, the Pontifical Faculty of the Immaculate Conception (Dominican House of Studies), and the Catholic University of America. He served in senior leadership positions for the Catholic Youth Foundation USA, the Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities, and the Catholic Campus Ministry Association.

McCrabb has extensive experience with Catholic organizations having provided consultation services to campus ministries at a number of colleges and universities.
Don has written articles in the NCEA Seminary Journal, Bible Today, and the Journal of the Catholic Campus Ministry Associa- tion. He and his wife Barbara co-authored Rise, Take the Child – Reflections on the Vocation of Adoption (Visual Dynamics Publishing, 2015). They have three sons and three grandchildren, and are parishioners of the Shrine of the Sacred Heart in  Washington, D.C.