National Speakers will offer New Insights at Diocesan Stewardship and Communications Day May 5

The Diocesan Stewardship and Communications Day will take place May 5th at Holy Family Catholic Church in Orlando. Participants will benefit from the knowledge and experience of experts in stewardship and evangelization, including two well-known keynote speakers: Father Thomas Gentile and Greg Erlandson.

The Diocesan Stewardship and Communications Day will take place May 5th at Holy Family Catholic Church in Orlando. Participants will benefit from the knowledge and experience of experts in stewardship and evangelization, including two well-known keynote speakers: Father Thomas Gentile and Greg Erlandson. 

Father Gentile is currently Spiritual Advisor for the Archdiocese of Louisville Office of Stewardship and Development, and has successfully led efforts to implement Stewardship Education. Father Gentile has been a popular presenter at the International Catholic Stewardship Conference and he has traveled the country as a speaker for stewardship renewal days. His keynote address will focus on “The Spirituality of Stewardship” and he will explain why stewardship is an essential element of our spiritual journey.

Greg Erlandson has been president and publisher of Our Sunday Visitor Publishing Division since November 2000. He is also president of the Catholic Press Association of the United States and Canada and has been appointed by Pope Benedict XVI as a consulter to the Pontifical Council for Social Communications. Last year, he was named to a committee focused on reforming Vatican Media. He is one of only six international experts on the committee, along with several members of Vatican staff. Erlandson’s presentation will focus on “How to be an Evangelizing Parish in the Digital Age” and he will share insight on how parishes can harness the tools of communication to form disciples and share the Good News of Jesus Christ.

For more information and to register, visit: http://www.cfocf.org/StewardshipDay