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Foreword by Dr. Brian Schmisek, Director of the Institute of Pastoral Studies at Loyola University Chicago Foreword by Prof. Dr. Wilhelm Damberg, Professor of Medieval and Modern Church History, Faculty of Catholic Theology, Ruhr University Bochum Introduction-Collaborative Leadership for Local Church Communities Chapter 1-Talk about Parish: Toward Conversations of Consequence Chapter 2-INSPIRE Learning about Parish Consulting Chapter 3-Build Collaboration, Build Church? Chapter 4-Toward a Culture of Dynamic Community: Parish Consolidation and Collaborative Leadership Chapter 5-No Favoritism: Effective Collaborative Leadership Practices in Multicultural Parishes Chapter 6-Reimagining the Urban Parish: Leadership Strategies in Mexico City and Chicago Chapter 7-A Crisis of Trust, a Crisis of Credibility, a Crisis of Leadership: The Catholic Church in Germany in Quest of New Models Chapter 8-The Local Communities of Poitiers: Reflections on Their Reflection Chapter 9-From Practice to Tradition and Back Again Chapter 10-Collaboration in a Pastoral Key Afterword-Further Notes on a Theology of Collaborative Leadership
Rev. William A. Clark, SJ, is associate professor of religious studies at the College of the Holy Cross. Daniel Gast retired from Loyola University Chicago after serving for nine years as Director of Project INSPIRE.