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What does apostolate mean? Who are apostles today?

Every Christian is a missionary to the extent that he or she has encountered the love of God in Christ Jesus: we no longer say that we are “disciples” and “missionaries”, but rather that we are always “missionary disciples”. If we are not convinced, let [...]
Tags: Joy, Apostolate, Eucharist, Gospel, Evangelization

To be fully human, we must let our light shine

By Bishop Javier Echevarria Kenya (Standart Digital News). We become fully human when we become more than human, when we let God bring us beyond ourselves in order to attain the fullest truth of our being. Here we find the source and inspiration of all [...]
Tags: Friendship, Apostolate, Charity, Javier Echevarria, Love, Evangelization, Kenya, Pope Francis

Pope's WYD Homily: 'Go, do not be afraid, and serve'

(Romereports.com) As World Youth Day came to a close, Pope Francis celebrated a Mass with millions of youths along Rio's Copacabana beach. During his homily, Pope Francis encouraged the youth to 'go and make disciples of all nations,' adding that they now have the responsibility [...]
Tags: Apostolate, Evangelization, WYD, Pope Francis

Year of Faith: Opus Dei Prelate recommends speaking of God with joy

November 1, 2012. (Romereports.com) As the Year of Faith is celebrated, the main question is: how can one fully take advantage of it? The Prelate of the Opus Dei has written a pastoral letter with a few recommendations. It includes following the example of the [...]
Tags: Apostolate, Doctrine, Javier Echevarria, Early Christians, Holiness, Evangelization, Year of Faith

About Personal Prelatures

Personal prelatures are in the news again – a good opportunity for Fr Eduardo Baura, Professor of Canon Law at the Pontifical University of the Holy Cross, to elucidate the nature of personal prelatures in the Catholic Church. Personal Prelatures Personal prelatures are in the news again [...]
Tags: Church, Evangelization

Ten keys for communicating faith

Passing on the faith is a very long-standing issue, one that has been present throughout the two-thousand-year history of the Christian community. The Church has always seen herself as a messenger, entrusted with news that has been revealed to her and is worth passing on. [...]
Tags: Faith, Evangelization, Mission, Communication

Pope visits Venice

Romereports.com. During the pope's two day trip to northern Italy he stopped in the towns of Venice and Aquileia. During Sunday's Mass and the Regina Coeli, Benedict XVI spoke about the challenges of the evangelization. Benedict XVI: “A traditionally Catholic people can also negatively sense [...]
Tags: Joy, Suffering, Faith, Evangelization

Pope: Spread the Gospel in the Middle East

(14/04/2011) Transmitting the Gospel, strengthening communion with the universal Church, and commitment to peace. The words of the Pope today to His Beatitude Bechara Rai, the new Patriarch of Antioch of the Maronites, who was received today at the Vatican with bishops and the faithful. [...]
Tags: Gospel, Evangelization

Opus Dei, a personal prelature

An encounter between members of Opus Dei with John Paul II during the study days organized by the prelature about the Apostolic Letter "Novo Millennio Ineunte". Read the full text at www.vatican.va: Priests and laity in Opus Dei
Tags: Church, Pope John Paul II, Opus Dei prelate, Opus Dei prelature, Evangelization, lay

Evangelisation in the Workplace

Since I finished my formal professional training at the age of 21 I have worked, and have loved working in an office. It’s something I have done full-time for almost 30 years, working as a PA to a variety of successful executives in both the [...]
Tags: Apostolate, Work, Evangelization