“The Holy Spirit … impels us to open the doors and go forth to proclaim and bear witness to the good news of the Gospel, to communicate the joy of faith, the encounter with Christ. The Holy Spirit is the soul of mission.”
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Purpose, Core Values & Vision
Fiscal Year Highlights
Fostering Vision Archbishop Gustavo GarcĂa-Siller: A Future in Faith
Building Skill Fr. Jack Gleason and Church of St. Mary â&#x20AC;&#x201C; A Vibrant Faith Community
Strengthening Relationships Dick & Martha Lyles: A Legacy of Leadership
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Purpose Catholic Leadership Institute provides bishops, priests, deacons and lay persons in the Roman Catholic Church with world-class, pastoral leadership formation and consulting services that strengthen their confidence and competence in ministry, enabling them to articulate a vision for their local church, to call forth the gifts of those they lead, and to create more vibrant faith communities rooted in Jesus Christ.
Core Values Love of Christ and the Church Highest Standards of Excellence Care for the Individual
Vision We see a world where each individual understands their God-given mission in life and is doing their best to fulfill it; a world where Catholic leaders are influential voices in society; a world where Jesus’ example of loving, servant leadership is modeled in every family, workplace, parish, and community.
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Episcopal Advisory Board Most Rev. Gregory M. Aymond, Archbishop of New Orleans, LA, Episcopal Moderator His Eminence Seán Cardinal O’Malley, OFM Cap., Archbishop of Boston, MA Most Rev. Robert J. Carlson, Archbishop of St. Louis, MO Most Rev. Gustavo García-Siller, Archbishop of San Antonio, TX Most Rev. Jose H. Gomez, Archbishop of Los Angeles, CA Most Rev. George J. Lucas, Archbishop of Omaha, NE Most Rev. Thomas G. Wenski, Archbishop of Miami, FL Most Rev. Kevin Rhoades, Bishop of Fort Wayne-South Bend, IN Most Rev. William S. Skylstad, Bishop Emeritus of Spokane, WA Most Rev. David A. Zubik, Bishop of Pittsburgh, PA Most Rev. Daniel E. Thomas, Auxiliary Bishop of Philadelphia, PA Founder and Chair Timothy C. Flanagan Board of Directors Thomas G. Colligan* Lawrence E. Donato * Michael J. Emmi Terry Finley Paul A. Geary, Jr. Thomas D. Heule Stephen L. Hyde * James Longon Arthur W. Mullin Elizabeth Oliver * Bernarda Neal David C. Savage Stephen F. Stumpf Leadership Team Matthew F. Manion, President & CEO Daniel J. Cellucci, Vice President, Episcopal & Client Services Richard DeCarolis, Treasurer, Vice-President, Finance & Operations Rev. Bill Dickinson, Vice President, Episcopal & Client Services Nicole Berlucchi, Vice President, Philanthropy National Advisory Board His Eminence Seán Cardinal O’Malley, OFM Cap., Co-Chair The Hon. R. James Nicholson, Co-Chair Edward Cook Kathy S. Craft James Davis James D. Delaney Jacqueline Delaney Frank J. Hanna, III Richard Lyles Martha Lyles Admiral Thomas C. Lynch Arthur W. Mullin Bernarda Neal Diane Simowitz Phyllis M. Taylor * Term expired as of 06/30/2013
Fiscal Year 2013 Highlights “The events that took place in Jerusalem almost two thousand years ago are not something far removed from us; they are events which affect us and become a lived experience in each of us. The Pentecost of the Upper Room in Jerusalem is the beginning, a beginning which endures. The Holy Spirit is the supreme gift of the risen Christ to his apostles, yet he wants that gift to reach everyone. As we heard in the Gospel, Jesus says: “I will ask the Father, and he will give you another Advocate to remain with you forever” (Jn 14:16) -Pope Francis
Called to Rome In February of 2013, Catholic Leadership Institute partnered with the Pontifical North American College in Rome to provide continuing education for priests.
Ongoing Support for Bishops Catholic Leadership Institute welcomed over 40 bishops from across the United States for its ninth Episcopal Ongoing Formation & Support session which focused on Leadership in the New Evangelization.
Going Virtual Catholic Leadership Institute launched its firsts “blended learning” experience in the Archdiocese of Los Angeles. Catholic Leaders Online is a cutting edge learning destination made possible through an amazing philanthropic partnership with Rich & Dena Bartlett.
Alumni The number of graduates of Catholic Leadership Institute’s Good Leaders, Good Shepherds clergy leadership program surpassed 1,500 nationwide.
Disciples in Mission Catholic Leadership Institute began a multi-year engagement with the Archdiocese of Boston to provide leadership development training to every Pastoral Center employee in the archdiocese in support of Disciples in Mission: A Pastoral Plan for the Archdiocese of Boston— a five year initiative that will call for the reorganization of 288 parishes into about 135 clusters, each led by a team of clergy and lay leaders.
t “God’s gift to us is our potential, what we do with it is our gift to God.” -Timothy Flanagan
Friends, Our beloved Church is stronger because of the investment you have made in Her leaders. In this report you will see the integral role you’ve played in supporting the New Evangelization through your ongoing commitment to the ministry of Catholic Leadership Institute. From San Antonio to Tulsa and Los Angeles to Pittsburgh, we have been blessed to help bishops, priests, and lay leaders come to a deeper appreciation for their unique role in building God’s Kingdom. Your tremendous generosity has allowed Catholic Leadership Institute to expand the depth and breadth of its services to the Church. During this last fiscal year, we launched an innovative virtual learning platform, delivered our ninth ongoing formation session for bishops and assisted several of the largest U.S. dioceses in articulating a vision and priorities for their faith communities. Together, we have much to celebrate. But there is still work to be done. Our vision for the future is a bold one that challenges each of us to look deep within ourselves to see where our God-given potential can best serve Christ and His Church. “I am confident of this, that the one who began a good work in you will continue to complete it until the day of Christ Jesus.” Phillippians 1:6 Thank you for your leadership and support. In Christ,
Timothy C. Flanagan Founder & Chair
t “Now more than ever, the good leaders and good shepherds of our Church need our support as they seek to boldly proclaim the Gospel and reignite the fire of the Holy Spirit…”
Friends, Our good work continues…! As we celebrate the accomplishments of the last fiscal year, we also look to the future with hope. With your continued partnership and God’s grace, in 2014, we will be one step closer to achieving our five year vision of serving 5,000 leaders from 99 dioceses; ultimately impacting the shepherds and leaders of 50 million Catholics. In Fiscal Year 2014, Catholic Leadership Institute will work to advance its mission by focusing its priorities on: • Bishop as Partner through Integrated Diocesan Services-Developing a more comprehensive, strategic and intentional approach to serving our key existing partner dioceses. • Alumni Engagement-Re-engaging the 1,722 graduates of Good Leaders, Good Shepherds with new tools, content and services Catholic Leadership Institute has developed to assist them and the parishes. • Building the “Institute”-To resource 21st century Catholic leaders, we will supplement our world-class Catholic leadership training and consulting services with research and tools that will help Catholic leaders make more informed leadership decisions. Now more than ever, the good leaders and good shepherds of our Church need our support as they seek to boldly proclaim the Gospel and reignite the fire of the Holy Spirit in those that have fallen away from the faith. The New Evangelization invites each Catholic to renew their relationship with Jesus Christ and His Church. This renewal happens when leaders align their vision for their role with the vision of the diocese and the mission of Jesus Christ. This is precisely what Catholic Leadership Institute is helping leaders accomplish in dioceses and parishes across the country. And this is precisely what you will find in the pages that follow. Thank you, as always, for your prayers and support of Catholic Leadership Institute and for your unique leadership in our Church. I hope you enjoy reading about the men and women you support, and know the impact you are having on the universal Church. In Christ,
Matthew F. Manion President & CEO
2013 â&#x20AC;&#x153;Good Leaders, Good Shepherds has taught me how to better use my gifts and more importantly, call forth the talents of others in service to the Gospel.â&#x20AC;?
-Fr. Ron Wekerle, Diocese of Boise
Archbishop Gustavo García-Siller – A Future in Faith They are many parts. 139 parishes and 34 missions make up the Archdiocese of San Antonio. But they are all one body; one body in Christ, united by a PURPOSE: Seeking to live in sacramental communion with one another, the Archdiocese of San Antonio exists to make disciples and missionaries of Jesus Christ to prepare for the promise of Eternal Life. And united by PRIORITIES: The New Evangelization, Catechesis & Formation and Youth & Young Adults. “Unity among us (the people of San Antonio) has to be intentional. We are called to build unity, and efforts have to be undertaken to do this,” said Most Reverend Gustavo García-Siller, the Archbishop of San Antonio. Those efforts took place over the last year and a half, as Catholic Leadership Institute worked with Archbishop Gustavo and his leadership team to develop a Mutually Shared Vision and pastoral priorities plan for the Archdiocese. The Purpose, Vision and Priorities were announced on May 18, Pentecost Sunday, to a vibrant crowd of close to 3,000 people who, like the first disciples, were eagerly awaiting what the Holy Spirit had in store for them. Since his installation in 2010, people have been asking Archbishop Gustavo what his vision is for the archdiocese and how they were going to move forward as a faith community. “I knew we needed to come up with a vision and I knew we needed to understand the reality better and assess the present time in the archdiocese,” said Archbishop Gustavo.
Having engaged Catholic Leadership Institute for several of its other leadership formation services, including Good Leaders, Good Shepherds, Archbishop Gustavo knew he could turn to Catholic Leadership Institute as a trusted partner to lead the archdiocese through the envisioning process. “The strongest leaders engage others to support their own responsibilities and leadership, in service to those they lead and love,” he said. Working alongside the Archbishop were lay people, women religious, priests and professionals in various fields. They hosted listening sessions at parishes, hospitals and other places within the archdiocese to better understand the ideas, hopes and concerns the people of San Antonio had for their future. “The general tone of the past two years has been to tap into the people of God and hear that they are willing to engage in the responsibility of leadership in the archdiocese,” said Archbishop Gustavo. “I cannot do this alone. The people in the parishes are responsible for ministry. They are being sent, prepared and sharing in the responsibility and holiness for the people of God in the archdiocese.” With the continued support of Catholic Leadership Institute, the Archdiocese of San Antonio will begin to apply these priorities over the course of the next two years. “This proclamation is not just for the Catholic Church, but for the society that we live in. The Catholic Church wants to share the heart of what it is about and what we are doing for them,” said Archbishop Gustavo. Quite simply, it is A Future in Faith.
2013 “I wholeheartedly believe in the concept of stewardship. Everything I have: time, health, relationships, talents, property, environment is a gift from God. How do I learn to be a giver rather than a taker? Striving to be a good steward on this earth seems to be a way I can show my gratitude to God for all these gifts.”
-Kathy Craft, Catholic Leadership Institute, National Advisory Board
Kathy’s home parish, the Church of St. Mary is home to Good Leaders, Good Shepherds graduate, Fr. Jack Gleason. As a member of Fr. Jack’s Parish Priority Planning Team, Kathy has benefitted from CLI’s leadership formation curriculum. Through her philanthropic support of Catholic Leadership Institute, she continues to have a profound impact on CLI’s ministry to bishops, priests and lay leaders throughout the Catholic Church.
Fr. Jack Gleason and Church of St. Mary – A Vibrant Faith Community The phrase “get your priorities straight” isn’t just an expression of order for one’s life, it is a means by which the Kingdom of God is built. Just ask Fr. Jack Gleason from the Church of St. Mary in Tulsa, Oklahoma who invited Catholic Leadership Institute to help guide his parish through the discernment and execution of a Parish Priority Plan. “It is a process by which the people of the parish express what they are feeling called to do as disciples and then putting a plan in place to make that happen,” said Fr. Jack. Fr. Jack first came into contact with Catholic Leadership Institute in 2009, when he began CLI’s Good Leaders, Good Shepherds clergy leadership formation program. Fr. Jack had a transformative experience, and after graduating from the program in 2011, saw a need in his parish for long term planning. “The 1,424 families at the Church of Saint Mary have a strong commitment to stewardship, mission, and discipleship,” explained Fr. Jack, “but what I really wanted to do was take the opportunity to discern within the larger context of the parish community the needs of the parish and how together, we could grow in our faith. I wanted to be intentional about the direction of the parish.” Catholic Leadership Institute was ready to help and in October of 2012 began a nine month consulting engagement with the parish. Discerning and Implementing a Priority Plan is one of the most requested services delivered
by the consulting arm of Catholic Leadership Institute—on both the parish and diocesan level—and helps an organization name its priorities, state 1-3 major initiatives per priority and create specific and measurable goals that serve the priority. One of the most critical pieces of the Priority Plan process is facilitating listening sessions. This is where the larger parish community has the opportunity to express their ideas about what they do well, what they could do better and share ideas for the future. “I am not being a good shepherd if I’m not listening to the needs of my faith community,” said Fr. Jack. “I need to know their needs in order to best discern our priorities.” From this point they will begin to digest the feedback and bucket the ideas into focus areas. These focus areas will be the foundation from which the Church of St. Mary will build their priorities for the next 2-3 years. “There is a lot of beauty in the process,” said Fr. Jack, who also says that “the process has generated a lot of positive energy.” What does a vibrant parish community look like? “It is the people of God exercising their gifts and talents so they can grow in their faith and build up the Kingdom of God,” said Fr. Jack. “This priority planning process helps foster the work of the Holy Spirit, so one day, we can realize that vision.”
2013 “I personally think Catholic Leadership Institute is one of the most important ministries in the church today.”
-Steve Stumpf, Catholic Leadership Institute Board of Directors
Steve’s generous philanthropic support has provided priests the opportunity to participate in Good Leaders, Good Shepherds in the Archdiocese of New Orleans and the Diocese of Baton Rouge.
Dick & Martha Lyles – A Legacy of Leadership Building relationships takes time and strengthening relationships takes a lifetime. For Dick & Martha Lyles, the connection between strengthening their relationship with Christ and His Church and supporting Catholic Leadership Institute is clear.
years ago. What I can do is make sure the final five years of my priesthood are the best ever because of this training. I can assure you that your efforts in putting all this together will be rewarded by my efforts for the remainder of my priesthood.”
“There is no better entity on earth to help save our souls and the souls of others than the Catholic Church.”
Dick called home that night and shared the story with Martha. “For a moment neither of us could say anything. Then Martha started the Lord’s prayer and I finished it as if we were praying the rosary. We then thanked God for giving us this wonderful opportunity and shared another moment of awed silence at being able to be part of this. Then we simply hung up. There was nothing left to say.”
“It is also important to recognize that no other entity is strengthening the church more effectively today than Catholic Leadership Institute. Therefore supporting Catholic Leadership Institute is one of the most tangible ways we know of to help achieve what God wants from us, His holy Church, and all of humankind.” As experts in the application and theory of leadership, Dick and Martha bring a unique perspective to their current roles as members of Catholic Leadership Institute’s National Advisory Board. As co-authors of Catholic Leadership Institute’s Good Leaders, Good Shepherds curriculum for priests, they have been blessed to witness the tremendous impact leadership formation can have on the shepherds of our Church. Dick recalls a moving experience he encountered when a sixty year-old priest approached him halfway through the first cohort and said: “I wish I would have had this training thirty-five
The positive and transformative changes in the leaders of our Church are what motivate Dick and Martha to continue to give generously of their philanthropic treasure. Today’s Catholics face many challenges. “Our religious freedoms are challenged; our economy, our communities, our schools, our government organizations, our families and neighborhoods are all challenged as never before in our nation’s history.” The key to overcoming these challenges? A stronger Church. “The Church can only be strong if its leaders are strong. Catholic Leadership Institute is giving our Church leaders this strength.”
t “Being with my brother priests, all of whom are going to be pastors in collaboratives, I have benefited from their insights, from the wisdom they have gained through the years in their own respective pastoring. We have shared ideas. We have had good leadership, good guidance from Catholic Leadership Institute.” —Fr. Paul Ritt, Archdiocese of Boston
Each year, generous investment from the Institute’s supporters allow the organization to provide the Roman Catholic community with world-class leadership formation and consulting services. The work of Catholic Leadership Institute helps Church leaders to align their vision of their role, their parish and their diocese with the vision and mission of Jesus Christ.
Statement of Activities Fiscal Year July 1, 2012 - June 30, 2013 Total giving in Fiscal Year 2013 was $1.96 million, an increase of 88% over the prior year. Of this sum, $0.7 million was in restricted support of special initiatives. The following listing reflects all gifts received as of June 30, 2013. SUPPORT AND REVENUE
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Fundraising Fees Participant
$ in and Millions Contributions Speical Events
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$3,814,021 1,043,600 2,208
$4,028,229 1,960,323 3,703
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3,428,054 547,187 935,022
4,248,577 659,513 745,424
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Stakeholder Listing Mr. and Mrs. Jay Leyden Admiral Thomas C. Lynch Malvern Retreat House Mr. and Mrs. John Manion Mrs. Dolores R. Manion Mr. and Mrs. Matthew H. McCloskey Neumann University The Nicholson Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Steve Norman Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Oakes, III Ms. Christine T. O’Donnell Mr. William P. O’Neill Penn Liberty Bank Mr. and Mrs. Francis Pietrini Mr. and Mrs. Matthew J. Pinto Mr. and Mrs. John J. Quindlen R&M International Sales Corporation Riverside Consulting Group, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Ruppersberger Mr. and Mrs. Vincent J. Schiavone Schneider Capital Management Mr. and Mrs. Edward Seidl Mr. and Mrs. John Shea Mr. and Mrs. William Stemper Tegler McHenry and Associates Rev. Thomas Thorne Rev. William Trader Walking With Purpose
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Legacy Gifts Catholic Leadership Institute recognizes the generosity and special foresight of those who have made a gift to provide for Catholic Leadership Institute’s future. These benefactors have designated Catholic Leadership Institute as a beneficiary in their long-term gift planning. Mr. & Mrs. Michael J. Emmi Mr. Louis N. Ferrero Mr. & Mrs. Timothy C. Flanagan Admiral Thomas C. Lynch Mr. & Mrs. Matthew F. Manion Ms. Kelly Pruden Rev. David P. Vivero
St. Therese Society Established to honor all those who have taken the special step of including the Catholic Leadership Institute in their long-term plans through life income, bequest and other estate and planned gifts. This legacy gift ensures ongoing leadership formation and support for our bishops, priests and lay leaders that strengthen their confidence and competence in ministry. The Society is named for St. Therese of Lisieux, known as the “Little Flower.” St. Therese left behind a spiritual legacy for the Church. Her writings did not become well known until after her passing, but have since, impacted and influenced generations of Catholics worldwide by deepening their relationship with Christ.
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In September 1890, at her canonical examination before she professed her religious vows, she was asked why she had come to Carmel. She answered “I came to save souls, and especially to pray for priests.” St. Therese’s prayerful support of our priests and desire to enable the salvation of souls is one that is echoed in Catholic Leadership Institute’s mission and vision. A legacy gift to the Catholic Leadership Institute enables continued ministry to our bishops, priests and lay leaders so that they are empowered to minister to their people and create more vibrant faith communities rooted in Jesus Christ.