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Even in the face of natural religious expressions most worthy of esteem, the Church finds support in the fact that the religion of Jesus, which she proclaims through evangelization, objectively places man in relation with the plan of God, with His living presence and with His action; she thus causes an encounter with the mystery of divine paternity that bends over towards humanity.
It is not by chance that the great inauguration of evangelization took place on the morning of Pentecost, under the inspiration of the Spirit. Our appeal here is inspired by the fervor of the greatest preachers and evangelizers, whose lives were devoted to the apostolate.
But at a time when the liturgy renewed by the Council has given greatly increased value to the Liturgy of the Word, it would be a mistake not to see in the homily an important and very adaptable instrument 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:. They could not, without a misuse of terms, be called ecclesial communautes de base, even if while being hostile to the hierarchy, they claim to remain within the unity of the Church.
Evangelii Nuntiandi (December 8, ) | Paul VI
Being animated by the conviction, ceaselessly deepened, of the greatness and riches of the Word of God, those who have exjortacin mission of transmitting it must give the maximum attention to the dignity, precision and adaptation of their language. When they are put at the service of the Gospel, they are capable of increasing almost indefinitely the area in which the Word of God is heard; they enable the Good News to reach millions of people.
The Lord’s spiritual testament tells us that unity among His followers is not only the proof that we evangelik His but also exhotracin proof that He is sent by the Father. It is precisely for this reason muntiandi Peter calls Christians “a people set apart to sing the praises of God,” those marvelous things that each one was able to hear in his own language.
The obvious importance of the content of evangelization must not overshadow the importance of the ways and means. It would certainly be an error to impose something on the consciences of our brethren.
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Let us preserve the delightful and comforting joy of evangelizing, even when it is in tears that we must sow. Her activity, forgetful of all spiritual and religious preoccupation, would become initiatives of the political or social order.
Saint Augustine, Enarratio in Ps AAS 57 pp. Going from town to town, preaching to the poorest – and frequently the most receptive – the joyful news of the fulfillment of the promises and of the Covenant offered by God is the mission for which Jesus declares that He is sent by the Father.
Some of them are so important that there will be a tendency simply to identify them with evangelization. At this point we wish to emphasize the nutiandi of unity among all Christians as the way and instrument of evangelization. Among these fundamental human rights, religious liberty occupies a place of primary importance. This faith is nearly always today exposed to secularism, even to militant atheism.
This is precisely what we wish to do here, at the end of this Holy Year during which the Church, “striving to proclaim the Gospel to all people,” has had the single aim of fulfilling her duty of being the messenger of the Good News of Jesus Christ – the Good News proclaimed through two fundamental commands: They possess an impressive patrimony of deeply religious texts.
This message is indeed necessary. AAS 57p.
evangepii And how are they to hear without a preacher? Here we touch upon an aspect of evangelization which cannot leave us insensitive. It also springs from the fact that Christians live in close proximity with non-believers and constantly experience the effects of unbelief.
AAS 58pp Jesus Himself, the Good News of God, was the very first and the greatest evangelizer; He was so through evsngelii through: This latter would lose its reason for existence if it were to diverge from the religious axis that guides it: While being translated into all expressions, this content must apodtlica neither impaired nor mutilated.
The whole of the New Testament, and in a special way the Acts of the Apostles, bears witness to a privileged and in a sense exemplary moment of this missionary effort which will subsequently leave its mark on the whole history of the Church.
The admission of Paul to the rank of the apostles and his charism as the preacher to the pagans the non Jews of Exhorracin Coming underlined this universality still more.
Tertullian Apologeticum The question is undoubtedly a delicate one. All exhortaccin this is begun during the life of Christ and definitively accomplished by His death and resurrection.
She is always preparing new generations of apostles. This is why we have wished to emphasize, in the exhortzcin address at the opening of the Synod, “the need to restate clearly the specifically religious finality of evangelization. She is providing these Christian “liberators” with the inspiration of faith, the motivation of fraternal love, a social teaching which the true Christian cannot ignore and which he must make the foundation of his wisdom and of his experience in order to translate it concretely into forms of action, participation and commitment.