Returning to Our Roots

If you’re like me and you saw Bishop Bransfield’s apology to the faithful, you might be disappointed and dismayed. I’m easily prone to such reactions. At the same time, it’s precisely these situations which fuel my hope in programs like the Global Institute of Church Management.  You see, the abuses in the Church are not who or what READ MORE

Webinar: Hierarchy or Team?

We are excited to announce our first Fall webinar with the Program of Church Management in Rome, Organizing the Church: Pyramid or Team, on Wednesday, September 9, 2020. This webinar brings together seasoned experts to discuss the theory and practice of efficient Church organizations. Registration is free and open to anyone who cares about Church management. READ MORE

The Launch of it All

We’re thrilled to be able to share with you a video of our IBLAC (International Business Leaders Advisory Council) meeting where we introduced the GICM. Leading off with Msgr. Martin Sclag, here are some of the highlights if you wish to jump ahead: 3:00   – Fr. Luis Navarro, Rector, Pontifical University of the Holy READ MORE

What You Told Us

During our launch event on June 30, we invited attendees to participate in a poll concerning our strategic plans. We wanted to share the results with you as they are extremely timely. The poll asked you to prioritize our initiatives along 4 key areas: Launching in-country workshops for executive Church leaders Offering digital content to READ MORE

Current Policies Aren’t Enough

As you know, the Catholic Church been in the news again. Building on his commitment to address the abuse crisis, Pope Francis released a vademecum (handbook) on the points of procedure for handling clergy sex abuse. The document provides best practices for Church leaders and also a guide for victims to understand the steps that will take READ MORE

Capstone Project: Love the Poor

Last week, we were proud to launch the Global Institute of Church Management (GICM) and share with you three Capstone Projects — student-led action plans that demonstrate mastery of new management skills in addressing a unique challenge in the student’s home diocese. Every capstone is approved by the student’s bishop and focuses on filling an READ MORE