Webinar Series

The Roundtable organizes webinar discussions on practical topics of greatest interest to the membership. Recent topics have included Moving the Mission to the Middle of the Church, Using Games to Teach Catholic Social Teaching, What’s at Stake in the Border Security, Economic Opportunity, and Immigration Modernization Act.

The Fall 2017 webinar series titled, Ministry on the Margins, seeks to provide diocesan social action directors resources and suggestions on how to address the issues of same-sex attraction, migration, and racism. The majority of social action directors are responsible for one, if not all, of these ministerial areas. All of these issues bring the Church outside of herself to the peripheries of our society, which is what the Gospel and Pope Francis are calling us to do. "We must open ourselves to the peripheries, also acknowledging that, at the margins too, even one who is cast aside and scorned by society is the object of God's generosity," (10/12/14). Please join us for one or all three parts of the series!

Rev. James Martin, SJ kicked-off the fall webinar series, Ministry on the Margins, on September 12, 2017 with his presentation titled, On the Peripheries: Building Bridges with the LGBT Communities. 

Missed Fr. Martin's webinar?  It is now available!  Click HERE for the recording.  
*NOTE: due to technical difficulties, the first ten minutes were not recorded; we apologize for any inconvenience. 

Part two of the Ministry on the Margins webinar series will take place on Tuesday, November 7, 2017 at 1 PM EDT.  Stay tuned for more information!

Rev. James Martin, SJ kicked off webinar series in September

Webinar Series on CST from Society of St. Vincent de Paul and the Center for Catholic Social Thought and Action Available

Recording of "A Church on the Move: 52 Ways to get Mercy and Mission in Action" Now available

  • Joe Paprocki, DMin, National Consultant for Faith Formation for Loyola Press, a Jesuit Ministry in Chicago. Joe, author of numerous books on pastoral ministry, has over 35 years experience in ministry and is a nationally-known speaker who has presented in over 100 dioceses in North America.

Beyond the Abortion Wars: Closing the Life/Justice Divide

Where Justice & Mercy Meet: Restorative Justice

The History & Importance of Social Justice in the Hispanic Ministry Journey

  • Wednesday, 14 January 2015
  • Sister Dominga Zapata, SH, Professor of Hispanic Formation
  • This webinar provides a historical background on social justice in Hispanic Ministry ahead of our Symposium February 6, 2015 in Washington, DC.

Building an Advocacy Coalition on the State and Local Levels

Diocesan Capacity Building and Strategic Planning

  • Tuesday, 30 June 2015
  • Chris West and Kimberly Mazyck, Relationship Managers at Catholic Relief Services
  • This webinar discussed capacity initiatives undertaken by CRS for global solidarity