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Sharing our Faith / Evangelization
The Mission of Evangelization:
To Know Jesus Christ Better and Make Him Better Known
Evangelization comes from a Greek word that means "to share the good news". This is Good News specifically about Jesus Christ. This is something that every Christian is called to do.
In this section you will find resources and information to live Catholic Stewardship by evangelizing in daily circumstances. For many Catholics this seems like mission impossible, but with just a little help every Catholic can be a great evangelizer and make this a mission possible.
In recent times John Paul II and Benedict XVI have called the entire Church to join the efforts of the New Evangelization. Will you answer the call?
How to get started sharing the Good News about what Jesus has done in your life...
#1 Learn more about Jesus and His Church by reading the Bible
Take a bible study class or join an Arise Group in Lent
#2 Learn more about Jesus and His Church through prayer
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament is a great way to spend time with Jesus
Learn about prayer at the Catholicism 101 courses offered throughout the year
#3 Learn more about Jesus and His Church by reading the Catechism and other good Catholic books
You can read the Catechism online at the Vatican website
#4 Learn more about Jesus and His Church by surfing the internet
Visit the Important Catholic Information page for lots of other great links
#5 Live your faith to the fullest and then wait for opportunities to tell people about your best friend... Jesus
(Check out "12 Painless Ways to Evangelize" (tract by Catholic Answers) http://www.catholic.com/library/12_ways.asp
As St. Francis of Assisi would say: "Preach the Gospel at all times... and use words when necessary."
Great ways to learn the faith online