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Matthew R. Paratore

National Director

National Catholic Stewardship Council

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Background Information

Affiliations

International Catholic Stewardship Council

Secretary


International Council of Shopping Centers

Secretary


Education

St. John Fischer College


Web References(24 Total References)


David Scott Writings – Where are Catholics when the collection basket gets passed?

davidscottwritings.com [cached]

The growing stinginess of Catholics has cost the Church about $65 billion over the last two decades, according to Matthew Paratore, director of the National Catholic Stewardship Council, an association of diocese development directors.
For Paratore and other Church authorities, the anatomy of failing Church fortunes is documented definitively Father Andrew Greeley's "Catholic Contributions: Sociology and Policy," a 1987 study of Protestant and Catholic giving patterns for the last quarter century. Some of his most memorable statements-"You cannot serve God and mammon" (Matthew 6:24); "For where your treasure is, there also will your heart be" (Matthew 6:21); and "Much will be required of the person entrusted with much, and still more will be demanded of the person entrusted with more" (Luke 12:48)-were about people giving their money and gifts for the good of God's Kingdom. In his "parable of the talents" (Matthew 25:14-30), Jesus makes salvation hinge on how well the believer uses the gifts that God has given to him of her. "In Matthew 25, Christ says that we will be judged by what we do for others," McGread tells the people in the pews.


Author

www.annualcatholicappeal.com [cached]

All I did was look at each saint through a stewardship lens -- a suggestion made to me by Matt Paratore of the National Catholic Stewardship Council.


Untitled Document

www.epiphanyrcchurch.org [cached]

John Bracken, Mr. Dan Henry, and Mr. Matthew Paratore, National director, National Stewardship Council, Washington, DC.


Local Church official shares in world vision of stewardship

www.dioceseoflafayette.org [cached]

NCSC National Director Matthew R. Paratore said that the vision of stewardship in today's world is an important expression of discipleship in Christ. During the five-day gathering, simultaneous translations in six languages were to be available and discussion groups were designated by language.Seminar attendees were to celebrate Mass together each day, including a liturgy in Spanish and the Eastern C hurch's Divine Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom. On Dec. 8, the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception and the patronal feast of the NCSC, a special liturgy was planned at the Church of Santa Susanna by Cardinal Pio Laghi, prefect of the Congregation for Catholic Education at the Vatican in Rome.


Former National Directors - International Catholic Stewardship Council

catholicstewardship.com [cached]

Matthew R. Paratore
Secretary General


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