The USCCB describes Evangelization as a threefold process of What, Why and How.

What is Evangelizing?  “Evangelizing means bringing the Good News of Jesus into every human situation and seeking to convert individuals and society by the divine power of the Gospel itself.

Why must we Evangelize? “We must evangelize because the Lord Jesus commanded us to do so. He gave the Church the unending task of evangelizing as a restless power, to stir and to stimulate all its actions until all nations have heard his Good News and until every person has become his disciple.”

How do we Evangelize? “there are familiar ways by which evangelization happens: by the way we live God’s love in our daily life; by love, example, and support people give each other; by the ways parents pass faith on to their children; in our life as Church, through the proclamation of the Word and the wholehearted celebration of the saving deeds of Jesus; in renewal efforts of local and national scope; in the care we show to those most in need; and in the ways we go about our work, share with our neighbors, and treat the stranger. In daily life, family members evangelize each other; men and women, their future spouses; and workers, their fellow employees, by the simple lives of faith they lead. Through the ordinary patterns of our Catholic life, the Holy Spirit brings about conversion and a new life in Christ.”

excerpts are taken from USCCB website on Go and Make Disciples

Besides holding up Catholic devotions, values, and the Catholic family life, St. Augustine’s Parish has two specific examples of Evangelization below.

Street Evangelization

Catholic Media

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