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Stewardship

"As each one has recieved a gift, use it to serve one another as good stewards of God's varied grace." (1Peter 4:10)

As we understand from Christ's teaching, stewardship is a central part of discipleship. For Catholics, discipleship means living one's life patterned on the life and teachings of Christ as revealed in Scripture and as taught by the Church. As disciples, then, Catholics are called by the Lord to be good stewards.

Stewardship is how we live our discipleship. As a disciple of jesus, we can choose to use our time, our talents and our material goods to help build His Church here on Earth. As stewards of these gifts, we are ultimately accountable to God for the way we choose to use them.

Download our Stewardship Commitment Form (formerly known as the Time & Talent Sheet) and descriptions and let us know how you can share your time and talent with our community. This form is also available in the rectory. Please prayerfully consider how you will share your time and talent.

If you have any questions, please contact Rhonda Parker at rhonpark@stphils.com or 309-682-8642.