Dr. Jewell's Book Wins 1st Place in 2014 Catholic Press Awards

Dr. Marti Jewell Pastoral TransitionsDr. Jewell's Book Wins 1st Place in 2014 Catholic Press Awards

The School of Ministry is very proud to announce that Dr. Marti Jewell's most recent book series, Navigating Pastoral Transitions, won first place among the Professional Books in the 2014 Catholic Press Awards.

Dr. Jewell, who is an Assistant Professor of Theology at the School of Ministry, wrote the series along with Graziano Marcheschi and Barbara Kerkhoff. Her book discusses how parish leaders can navigate through pastoral transitions, and the series also includes a book for pastors and parish staff. To purchase her book or the entire series, visit Liturgical Press, which published the series.

Please join us in congratulating Dr. Jewell on this outstanding accomplishment!

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