Innovative Discoveries for Ecumenical Ministries presents pertinent historical pastoral research considerations of the identity crisis in the priesthood requiring reconciliation of the hierarchical authority structures which have impaired authentic Christological pastoral leadership for decades. This work offers multiple infrastructural models for an ecumenical church integrating denominational divisions with leadership planning toward reconciling Protestant, Catholic and Orthodox ministerial structures through liturgical worshiping and para-liturgical celebrating.
Richard Guerrette proposes active provisionary mission projects with an innovative focus toward interactional liturgical models of neighborhood communities to compliment the ecumenical hierarchical ministries of Pope Francis with his leadership model of reconciliatory re-building universal ministries with Judaic hierarchies and Orthodox liturgies.
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Richard H. Guerrette is a divinity, management, and forestry scholar from Yale University. This book is a result of a career-long study which was presented at the Stockholm School of Economics (Routledge 1994). As a practical innovator, artist, and poet, he founded the EquiPax Gallery and Corporate Retreat Center in Newport, Vermont, attracting an international roster of artists from the United States, Canada, France, Switzerland, Germany, Romania, England, and Nigeria.
He is the author of Management by Ethics: Innovative Discoveries for Corporate Ethical and Market Moral Reform, Volume 1 and Ethical Theories and Moral Narratives in Art: A Gallery Tour through the Corporate Moral Forest, Volume 2.
I have been impressed by Richard Guerrette's breadth of reading and experience, the thoughtfulness he brings to his analyses, and the sensitivity to and appreciation of the human needs which undergird his own philosophy of education. He is adept at working with others, listens well, and seems to make people feel that they can and should share their ideas with him. (Willis D. Hawley, Assistant Professor of Political Science and Urban Studies, Yale University)
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