Reading the Signs of the Times: Discerning Our Parish Calling
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"The Church has always had the duty of scrutinizing the signs of the times and of interpreting them in the light of the Gospel. ... We must therefore recognize and understand the world in which we live, its explanations, its longings, and its often dramatic characteristics." - Vatican II: The Pastoral Constitution of the Church in the Modern World
 
Thank you for participating in our Leadership Community's efforts to better understand the world our parishioners inhabit. The purpose of this survey is to help us see the world through your eyes; to better understand your concerns as well as your hopes for the future. We want to know where you see God at work in your world.

Please respond to as many of these questions as you wish. Any personal information (name, phone and email address) will not be shared with any person or group outside of the parish.
 
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As you look into the near future, what are some of your greatest concerns for yourself and your family? 
 

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 What are some of your greatest concerns for our Naperville/Lisle Community? 

 

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What are some of your greatest concerns for our nation and our world?
 

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 Where do you see signs of hope for yourself and your family? 

 

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Where do you see signs of hope in our Naperville/Lisle community?
 

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Where do you see signs of hope in our nation and in the world? 

 

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Where do you see God at work in our community, our nation and our world?
 

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How often do you attend Mass?
More than 1 time a week
Once every week
2 or 3 times a month
Once a Month
Less than Once a Month
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First Name:
Last Name:
Home Phone:
Email Address:
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Thank you for taking the time to complete this survey. Your input is important to our Leadership Community discernment. Look to the bulletin and parish website for a report on what we have learned through our one-on-one interviews and this on-line survey.