Virtual Evangelization

For resources in Spanish, Portuguese, and French, please visit our Virtual Evangelization Ethnic Communities page

Evangelization, sharing the Good News of Jesus Christ with all people, is all about an encounter.  It is about our own encounter with the person of Jesus, our yes to friendship with Him, and inviting others to their own encounters.  This happens primarily and most importantly in-person; however, we know that the Lord uses all mediums for His purposes, including virtual spaces.  With that in mind, here we share a variety of resources for fostering a spirit of encounter, for continuing the work of evangelization, in our increasingly virtual and remote world.



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  • Please remember to give to your parish!
  • Write or call an elderly loved one. Our older loved ones are feeling isolated and lonely during this uncertain time.
  • Blood banks are in desperate need. Contact you’re the Red Cross to find out how you can safely help those in need. 
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  • Put a sign on the lawn or hang a banner that says “we are praying for you” or something similar. 
  • Call a friend (or two) and watch the Mass on CatholicTV so you can pray the responses together and make a spiritual communion together.
  • Reach out to someone, who might not have a relationship with God, and tell them you are praying for them.
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Prayer for Spiritual Communion - My Jesus I believe that you are present in the Most Holy Sacrament. I love you above all things, and I desire to receive you into my soul. Since I cannot at this moment receive you sacramentally, come at least spiritually into my heart. I embrace You as if You were already there and unite myself wholly to You. Never permit me to be separated from You. Amen.

Media Resources

How To Group Facetime
Google Meet
How to Use Google Meet
Google Meet Training and Help
How to Video Conference with Google Meet
The Best Video Chat Apps
Free Videoconferencing Apps
Faith on Facebook Resources Hub
Zoom Tips and Tricks
Zoom Guide: From Basic Help to Advanced Tricks
Video Conferencing Options from the Archdiocesan Technology Team