Creative Evangelization in the Year of Faith 4

An interview with The Brother’s in Black

Who are they? What are they trying to do and Why? In the following video, these Brothers in Black –(former students of mine)– tell their story.

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New Evangelization — This Is for You 5

Faith…

“… is like a mustard seed that, when it is sown in the ground, is the smallest of all the seeds on the earth. But once it is sown, it springs up and becomes the largest of plants and puts forth large branches, so that the birds of the sky can dwell in its shade” — Mark 4:31-32 More…

4 Main Goals of Vatican II 25

I was born the first, so-called, “cradle Catholic” in my family, into a Church of reform. My earliest church-going memories involve images of burlap banners, kumbaya bands singing “Sound of Silence” and “Blowin’ in the Wind” (offertory hymns), and bad, bad architecture. More…

The Poached Egg Apologetics Daily Reply

New Catholic Apologetics Webpage:

I checked it out. Looks pretty Catholic to me: e.g., features article on 10 biblical reasons for Papal Infallibility, and even an article shared from BiltrixBoard, so it must be good! You’ll find many good apologetics resources here:

The Poached Egg Christian Worldview and Apologetics Network is a website founded and edited by Greg West, a passionate defender of Christianity committed to the cause of Christian apologetics, evangelism, and equipping others to always be ready to…

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Ecumenism: Moving Beyond a Nation of Hypocrites 1

We Are A Christian Nation

I am going to start off saying some things that could come across as negative (because they are not positive things). My point in this article, however, is to encourage Christians to rise above all the negativity and to suggest some general lines about how to do so. The main thrust of my exhortation is that the remedy to the negative attitude towards religion is more religion, specifically, in the form of ecumenism. More…

Steve Jobs and the New Evangelization 2

Note: I’m a little under the weather these days, so, as you can see I’m doing a lot of reposting — articles of interest. I hope you find them useful.

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Fr. C. J. McCloskey suggests that, although Steve Jobs was no saint, we have a lot to learn from the example of his bold and productive life. More…

Lent Is Over, So Why Fish on Friday? 6

Fishers of Men

Fish have always been a sign of Evangelization, so the same holds true for the New Evangelization — but why?

I’ve heard many reasons for this; recently came across one that really moved me. I’ll save that one for last. For now, I will say that I learned it from this guy: More…