Join us for the second in a series of three webinars featuring panelists on a topic discussed from an authentic and diverse Catholic perspective. The second topic will be on Thursday, October 26th at 11am Central time.
How do rural Catholics share in the mission of the Church and teach the faith? Rural evangelization carries unique challenges and opportunities and requires a tailored response to be successful. Join Catholic Rural Life for a discussion with Church leaders who are engaged in rural evangelization; you’ll hear their real experiences and best practices for evangelizing in rural areas, parishes, and communities.
Dr. Susan Windley-Daoust
Director of Missionary Discipleship for the Diocese of Winona-Rochester, Minnesota
She received her doctorate in Theology from Vanderbilt University, and taught college theology for 22 years. She is the author of four books and many articles. She is married to Jerry, and they are the parents to five children.
Rural Youth Ministry Outreach Coordinator for the Archdiocese of Kansas City, KS
Angie coordinates rural youth ministry for 60 parishes in rural NE Kansas and will share from her experience serving pastors and parishes to build up a community of youth.
Fr. Gregory Mastey
Pastor of Two Rivers Catholic Community in the Diocese of St. Cloud
Fr. Gregory Mastey grew up on a diversified livestock farm in rural Minnesota. He was ordained in 1995 for the Diocese of St. Cloud, MN. He is currently the pastor of a three-parish cluster. He has a weekly half-hour morning radio show where he shares about his adventures as a rural pastor.
Dcn. Dan Dullinger
Deacon of Two Rivers Catholic Community in the Diocese of St. Cloud
Dcn. Dan Dillinger grew up on Grand Lake near Rockville and attended Holy Cross School and parish in Pearl Lake. Years later, he married his wife, Teri, whose family had a cabin on the same lake. He is employed as an Evangelist at Two Rivers Catholic Community. He also serves as deacon, ordained in 2017, at Centered on Christ Catholic Community, with offices in Cold Spring, MN.