Evangelization

Evangelization

  • The Importance of "Going Out"
  • I Thirst: A Virtual Easter Retreat with Tim Glemkowski hosted by the John Paul II Foundation for the New Evangelization.
  • Resources for Parish Leaders.
  • Leading small groups online or want to? Consider these resources.
  • Join our upcoming webinar on "Parish Best Practices in Virtual Evangelization" on Monday, May 11 at 1pm. You can register HERE.
  • Watch the recording of the webinar we hosted on "Parish Best Practices in Virtual Evangelization."
  • Use social media to post messages of joy and hope - especially related to this season of Easter.
  • Paint Your Own Stained Glass Windows
  • Participate in Word on Fire's "8 Principles of Evangelization" course. It's FREE.
  • Put an image of the Divine Mercy on your door and encourage others to do the same. 
  • Put a sign on the lawn or hang a banner that says “we are praying for you” or something similar. 
  • Talk about your devotion to Mary with someone; that Jesus gave us His Mother as our Mother. 
  • Talk with someone else about God’s love for you and them. Help them to be aware of and to “receive” His love in these difficult times. 
  • Watch a great movie about faith or read the book: The Hidden Life
  • Read these practical steps to sharing your faith and put them into practice virtually!  
  • Show mercy in the name of Christ! Practice the Spiritual and Corporal Works of Mercy
  • Invite someone else to learn how to pray: The Prayer Process
  • Share The Evangelical Catholic's Next Step site with someone.
  • Reach out to someone, who might not have a relationship with God, and tell them you are praying for them.
  • For Parents: Check out the Blessed videos from Dynamic Catholic, especially for children who are finishing their preparation for First Communion. (The videos are free at this time).
  • Call a friend (or two) and watch the Mass on CatholicTV so you can pray the responses together and make a spiritual communion together.