With the season of Easter soon approaching, we will celebrate the heart of the message we share with the world, the new life that is given to us in Christ. We pray that the Great Fifty Days of Easter will be a time of joy-filled hope for you and that the beauty of the season will provide many opportunities to share the Good News.
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Fr. Tony Krisak, Editor
The number of adults in the United States who indicate they have no religious preference is rising dramatically. The chart at the right…read more
With these words, the Archbishop of San Antonio José H. Gómez has spoken to and about Latinos or Hispanics in the United States, when addressing the challenge of Hispanic ministry today and the question of why many Hispanic Catholics leave the Church of their birth… read more
The advantages of social media are obvious — staying in touch with friends and family no matter where they are, meeting new people that share a common interest, receiving feedback on questions and ideas and sharing multiple viewpoints…read more
I was making a presentation in a fairly Catholic area of the mid-West not too long ago. It was my standard review of Catholic evangelization. People were smiling through most of the presentation…read more
John J. Boucher of the Diocese of Trenton provides a helpful activity handout for helping Catholic parishioners and evangelization ministers understand how their attitudes about inactive Catholics impact their efforts at outreach. Download this handout.
Sr. Louise Alff, OSF, of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia offers a brief handout to help parish ministers in their efforts to reach out to inactive Catholics. Download this handout.
Survey Report: One hundred percent of respondents to John Boucher’s article on scrapping the word evangelization favored keeping the word and using it.
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