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Evangelization will never be possible without the action of the Holy Spirit. Without the Holy Spirit the most convincing dialectic has no power over the heart of man. Thus it is the whole Church that receives the mission to evangelize, and the work of each individual member is important for the whole.
At every new phase of human history, the Church, constantly gripped by the desire to evangelize, has but one preoccupation: In fact the proclamation only reaches full development when it is listened to, accepted and assimilated, and when it arouses a genuine adherence in the one who has thus received it.
It is necessary above all to prepare good instructors- parochial catechists, teachers, parents- who are desirous of perfecting themselves in this superior art, which is indispensable and requires religious instruction. Views Read Edit View history. Their increasing number and growing presence in society and likewise the problems assailing them should awaken in every one the desire to offer them with zeal and intelligence the Gospel ideal as something to be known and lived.
Today however it shows certain new characteristics. If people proclaim in the world the Gospel of salvation, they do so by the command of, in the name of and with the grace of Christ the Savior. At the same time as being a challenge to the world and to the Church herself, this silent witness of poverty and abnegation, of purity and sincerity, of self-sacrifice in obedience, can become an eloquent witness capable of touching also non-Christians who have good will and are sensitive to certain values.
Our words come from the wealth of the Synod and are meant to be a meditation on evangelization. It brings with it a wisdom that is not of this world.
The necessity of ensuring fundamental human rights cannot be separated from this just liberation which is bound up with evangelization and which endeavors to secure structures safeguarding human freedoms. Thus she seeks to deepen, consolidate, nourish and make ever more mature the faith of those who are already called the faithful or believers, in order that they may be so still more. This then, brothers and sons and daughters, is our heartfelt plea.
In the second section, Paul VI and the Synod of Bishops propose a definition of evangelization in contrast to all of the other possible conceptions of the term. Moreover we make our own the desire of the Fathers of the Third General Assembly of the Synod of Bishops, for a collaboration marked by greater commitment with the Christian brethren with whom we are not yet united in perfect unity, taking as a basis the foundation of Baptism and the patrimony of faith which is common to us.
With regard to the liberation which evangelization proclaims and strives to put into practice one should rather say this:. The whole Church therefore is called upon to evangelize, and yet within her we have different evangelizing tasks to accomplish. What identifies our priestly service, gives a profound unity to the thousand and one tasks which claim our attention day by day and throughout our lives, and confers a distinct character on our activities, is this aim, ever present in all our action: She feels responsible before entire peoples.
Thus one too frequently hears it said, in various terms, that to impose a truth, be it that of the Gospel, or to impose a way, be it that of salvation, cannot but be a violation of religious liberty.
It runs the risk of perishing from suffocation or starvation if it is not fed and sustained each day. And all the aspects of His mystery – the Incarnation itself, His miracles, His teaching, the gathering together of the disciples, the sending out of the Twelve, the cross and the resurrection, the permanence of His presence in the midst of His own – were components of His evangelizing activity. Those who sincerely accept the Good News, through the power of this acceptance and of shared faith therefore gather together in Jesus’ name in order to seek together the kingdom, build it up and live it.
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How can one ensure that it will resound and reach all those who should hear it? It is manifested in fatigue, disenchantment, compromise, lack of interest and above all lack of joy and hope. In fact we devoted to this theme a few clarifying words in our address to the Fathers at the end of the evangelio. The Church knows this. Here lies the test of truth, the touchstone of evangelization: What we have just recalled nutiandi out more than veangelii in the Synod debates.
Venerable brothers and dear sons and daughters: Any partial and fragmentary definition which attempts to render the reality of evangelization in all its richness, complexity and dynamism does so only at the risk of impoverishing it and even of distorting it. It is often subject to penetration by many distortions of religion and even superstitions.
But evangelization would not be complete if it did not take account of the unceasing interplay of the Gospel and of man’s concrete life, both personal and social.
They feel with it and suffer very deeply within themselves when, in the name of theories which they do not understand, they are forced to accept a Church deprived of this universality, a regionalist Church, with no horizon.
This is why we have wished to emphasize, in the same address at the opening of the Synod, “the need to restate clearly the specifically religious finality of evangelization. The parents ecniclica only communicate the Gospel to their children, but from their children they can themselves receive the same Gospel as deeply lived by them.
He does not refuse truth. On the one hand, on the part of the evangelizers themselves, there nuntiamdi been the temptation for various reasons to narrow down the field of their missionary activity. The Twelve and the first generation of Christians understood well the lesson of this text and other similar ones; they made them into a program of nnutiandi.
This fidelity both to a message whose servants we are enciclia to the people to whom we must transmit it living and intact is the central axis of evangelization. Anyone who rereads in the New Testament the origins of the Church, follows her history step by step and watches her live and act, sees that she is linked to evangelization in her most intimate being: Here we touch upon an aspect of evangelization which cannot leave us insensitive.
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Decree on Ecumenism Unitatis Redintegratio1: We wish to speak about what today is often called popular religiosity. We can all see the urgency of giving a loyal, humble and courageous answer to this question, and of acting accordingly. Knowing that the Gospel message is not reserved to a small group of the initiated, the privileged or the elect, but is destined for everyone, she shares Christ’s anguish at the sight of the wandering and exhausted crowds, “like sheep without a shepherd” and she often repeats His words: In fact, at the end of that memorable Assembly, the Fathers decided to remit to the Pastor of the universal Church, with great trust and simplicity, the fruits of all their labors, stating that they awaited from him a fresh forward impulse, capable of creating within a Church still more firmly rooted in the undying power and strength of Pentecost a new period of evangelization.
The more Gospel-inspired lay people there are engaged in these realities, clearly involved in them, competent to promote them and conscious that they must exercise to the full their Christian powers which are often buried and suffocated, the more these realities will be at the service of the kingdom of God and therefore of salvation in Jesus Christ, without in any way losing or sacrificing their human content but rather pointing to a transcendent dimension which is often disregarded.
AAS 66PP. The Synod has replied that the missionary proclamation never ceases and that the Church will always be striving for the fulfillment of this proclamation. Families resulting from a mixed marriage also have the duty of proclaiming Christ to the children in the fullness of the consequences of a common Baptism; they have moreover the difficult task of becoming builders of unity.
Though independent of cultures, the Gospel and evangelization are not necessarily incompatible with them; rather they are capable of permeating them all without becoming subject to any one of them.