March 29, 2016
In the last post we busted the myth that because we don't know enough, haven't read enough, are unprepared to teach enough, that we cannot share our faith with others. We came to the conclusion that our faith is about a relationship with a person not a relationship with facts. When we know Jesus, we have all the material we need to share him with others. Now lets take a look at myth #3: "Evangelization is standing on a street corner shouting at people"
March 15, 2016
The president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops' (USCCB) Archbishop Joseph E. Kurtz of Louisville, Kentucky, issued an urgent call, March 14, to support a petition to stop genocide in the Middle East and convince the U.S. Department of State to include Christians in any formal declaration of genocide. Read the full press release here.
March 11, 2016
In the last blog, we looked at the myth “evangelization is not for me.” We established that evangelizing is the Church’s deepest identity and that the Church exists to evangelize. Since we are the church, then evangelizing is our identity, and we exist to evangelize. If you are a Christian, evangelization is for you. This week, we tackle the myth “I don’t evangelize because I don’t know enough”.
March 7, 2016
In this series of blogs, we will look at a few reasons or “myths” for not evangelizing. We will bust these myths and give all Christians the tools to be effective evangelizers in our world. Our first myth: "I am not an evangelist. That’s for preachers on TV, priests, and over-excited Christians but it is not for me."
March 4, 2016
Notre Dame ACE Academies is looking for a Regional Director of School Culture Diocese of Palm Beach. The Regional Director is a change agent who works collaboratively with principals and the diocese and responsively with the Notre Dame ACE Academies school communities to create the necessary school culture that results in strong character formation and dramatic and accelerated student achievement to form scholars and saints. [full posting here]