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Cathedral Campus Video Explains Vision and Continuing Legacy

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The parish portion of the Our Cathedral: One Faith, One People campaign is now underway, with receptions taking place in 39 parishes, which make up the First Block. They will run from January through May. The remaining parishes and missions will be in the Second Block, which will be conducted from July through December.

Each parish will have a Campaign Leadership Committee to coordinate the Campaign at the local level. Their role will be to explain how parishes can benefit from the Campaign in addressing their local needs. 

This year, upon the unanimous recommendation of pastors and pastoral administrators, it was decided to incorporate the BAA into the Our Cathedral: One Faith, One People campaign.  In order to ensure the continued funding of the BAA supported ministries, the first contributions to the Cathedral Campus project in each parish will be applied to that parish’s BAA goal. Once the parish surpasses its BAA goal, 20% of all net funds collected up to its campaign target will return to the parish.

A video explaining elements of the Cathedral Campaign project is now available on the website dedicated to the new Cathedral. The website, www.holynamecathedralnc.org, also features additional information on the project, including an introduction of Mr. James McCrery, the Cathedral Campus project architect, and a list of committee members, who represent a cross-section of clergy and laity in the Diocese.

On the site, you can subscribe to receive periodic news and updates about the project and the Campaign. You can opt in to receive updates via e-mail, Facebook, Twitter, and watch videos on Vimeo.

Watch the Cathedral Campus project video.

Above: Parish reception at St. Therese Catholic Church in Wrightsville Beach, one of 39 parishes in First Block of Cathedral Campus Campaign. (Click image to view larger.)