Re: Administative changes and milking cows
- Greetings to all.
It is true that many diocese are financially back ward and needs
support. We do not have a strong central administration which can
properly contribute to the needy dioceses. It may not be that easy to
create such a central financial control now, but needs to be done. If
the central working committe where every church has a representaion is convinced that financial support is required then this needs to be
exceuted at the audit of the central administration. Let us try to build up a strong administration.
Proper respresenation of the Gulf churches can assist in more cash
flows. Present administration needs to restudy the matter and give all churches of outside diocese proper respresentation. Now there is
frustration among the parishners for not accepting them in the central working committee. I am ignorant on the reasons. If the parishners can not be accepted, then there money also should not be accepted. Present attitude towards the Churches in outside diocese is not justified and should change. Now they this gives a feeling that they are being used. Make them part of it and they will support the movement sincerely. Let us change for a better functioning..
Thomas Mathew (Shajy)
--- In SOCM-FORUM@yahoogroups.com, Shinu Jesus Abraham wrote:
> Greetings to all
> When the growth is not structured and not scientifically and
> geographically correlated it can only considered a short term
> adjustment. These short term adjustments will only become
> unproductive and create problems in the long run.
> Let me not doubt a bit the good intentions of the Holy synod
> dividing the gulf and Europe region and been divided between the
> small diocese which need assistance for growth.