Pastoral Institute on Evangelization

evangelization students raise candles

For Evangelization Directors, Parish Evangelization Teams,
and anyone interested in helping others grow closer to Christ.

The Good News School of Evangelization for dioceses and parishes is a 5-day Pastoral Institute. We bring this to your location and tailor it to the local needs. Sessions may include:

The Mission of the Church, Our Mission
using “On Evangelization in the Modern World”

Mass during Evangelization School
Private reflection time is offered with Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament.

Evangelists Are Ordinary People 
Everyone is called, everyone can do it!

Called and Gifted
Who are you to the Father? What’s your giftedness?

Ralph Modica teaching at Evangelization School
Ralph explains: “When you were baptized, the Spirit descended on you and the Father said, “You are my beloved son (or daughter); in you I am very pleased!”

Do Whatever He Tells You
using John 2:1-11 & John 4:31-34

Making a Difference 
testimony of loving our enemies

The Evangelization Methods of Jesus
using the Sermon on the Mount

The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Evangelizers
using 1 Corinthians 12-14

Overcoming the Obstacles
in our daily lives

Overcoming the Obstacles
in the parish

The Healing Wounds of Jesus
evangelizing the wounded ones around us

Partnership With Christ
using the Catechism, paragraph 655

We Are Salt & Light
using Matthew 5:13-16

Networking during the Evangelization School
Meals and socials are times of networking and digesting what has been learned.

Photos were taken at the Pastoral Institute on Evangelization
Ogdensburg Diocese, NY
July 29 – August 2, 2002

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