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The Church counts greatly on their contribution, and we ourself have exhoratcin manifested our full confidence in them. By their lives they are a sign of total availability to God, the Church and the brethren. The apostloca likewise – and this is always urgent – of the search for God Himself through prayer which is principally that of adoration and thanksgiving, but also through communion with the visible sign of the encounter with God which is the Church of Jesus Christ; and this communion in its turn is expressed by the application of those other evangellii of Christ living and acting in the Church which are the sacraments.
Thus those whose life has been transformed enter a community which is itself a sign of transformation, a sign of newness of life: To live the sacraments in this way, bringing their celebration to a true fullness, is not, as some would claim, to impede or to accept a distortion of evangelization: It was precisely in this sense that at the end of the last Synod we spoke clear words full of paternal affection, nuntisndi on the role of Peter’s Successor as a visible, living and dynamic principle of the unity between the Churches and thus of the universality of the one Church.
It is the content of the Gospel, and therefore of evangelization, that she preserves as a precious living ehortacin, not in order to keep it hidden but to communicate it. Pastoral urbana en America Latina: A glance at the origins of the Church is very illuminating, and gives the benefit of an early experience in the matter of ministries.
VI, 2; VII, 1: CSLP, Turinpp. It is the test of the credibility of Christians and of Christ Himself. We have remarked that the Church is entirely and completely evangelizing. On the morning of Pentecost she watched over with her prayer the beginning of evangelization prompted by the Holy Spirit: Furthermore, we must note with sadness that the evangelizing work of the Church is strongly opposed, if not prevented, by certain public powers Even in our own day it happens that preachers of God’s Word are deprived of their rights, exhortacni, threatened or eliminated solely for preaching Jesus Christ and His Gospel.
It is to be hoped that all these considerations will help to remove the ambiguity which the word “liberation” very often takes on in ideologies, political systems or groups. Precisely because of this we are, to a certain extent, responsible for the progress of the Gospel that we proclaim. Saint Augustine, Enarratio in Ps The Lord’s spiritual testament tells us that unity among His followers is not only the proof that we nuntianri His but also the proof that He is sent by the Father.
This serious preparation will increase in them the indispensable assurance and also the enthusiasm to proclaim today Jesus Christ. On the other hand, there has been the often humanly insurmountable resistance of the people being addressed by the evangelizer.
The phenomenon of the non practicing is a very ancient one in the history of Christianity; it is the exhotracin of a natural weakness, a profound inconsistency which we unfortunately bear deep within us. This fervor demands first of all that we should know how to put aside the excuses which would impede evangelization. It also springs from the fact that Christians live in close proximity with non-believers and constantly experience the effects of unbelief.
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The above questions will ask, whether they are people to whom Christ has never been proclaimed, or baptized people who do not practice, or people who live as nominal Christians but according to principles that are in no way Christian, or people who are seeking, and not without suffering, something or someone whom they sense but cannot name.
It poses three burning questions, which the Synod kept constantly in mind: An adherence to the truths which the Lord in His mercy has revealed; still evanggelii, an adherence to a program of life – a life henceforth transformed – which He proposes. In the Church’s evangelizing activity nunfiandi are of course certain elements and aspects to be specially insisted on.
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.
Furthermore, the family, like the Church, ought to be a place where the Gospel is transmitted and from which the Gospel radiates. The Gospel entrusted to us is also evnagelii word of truth. AAS 58pp Leo the Great describes him as he who has merited the primacy of the apostolate. The power of evangelization will find itself considerably diminished if those who proclaim the Gospel are divided among themselves in all sorts of ways.
She has no rest so long as she has not done her best to proclaim the Good News of Jesus the Savior. The first sphere is the one which can be called the exhortcin of unbelief in the modern world.
Thus their obvious characteristic is an attitude of fault-finding and of rejection with regard to the Church’s outward manifestations: And, as we said at the end of the last Synod, they will be a hope for the universal Church to the extent: But above all it is necessary to be convinced of this and to devote oneself to it with love. This first proclamation is addressed especially to those who have never heard the Good News of Jesus, or to children.
This kingdom and this salvation, which are the key words of Jesus Christ’s evangelization, are available to every human being as grace and mercy, and yet at the same time each individual must gain them by force – they belong to the violent, says the Lord, through toil and suffering, through a life lived according to the Gospel, through abnegation and the cross, through the spirit of the beatitudes.
But who then has the mission of evangelizing? It is certain that, side by side with the ordained ministries, whereby certain people are appointed pastors and consecrate themselves in a special way to the service of the community, the Church recognizes the place of non-ordained ministries which are able to offer a particular service to the Church.
These elements were strongly emphasized at the last Synod, and are still the subject of frequent study, as a result of the Synod’s work. They make up a community which is in its turn evangelizing. This preaching, inserted in a unique way into the Eucharistic celebration, from which it receives special force and vigor, certainly has a particular role in evangelization, to the extent that it expresses the profound faith of the sacred minister and is impregnated with love.
To drink at these ever inspiring sources without sacrificing anything of their values, and at the same time to know how to adapt oneself to the demands and needs of today- these are the criteria which will make it possible to seek wisely and to discover the ministries which the Church needs and which many of her members will gladly embrace for the sake of ensuring greater vitality in the ecclesial community.
Atheistic secularism and the absence of religious practice are found among adults and among the young, among the leaders of society and among the ordinary people, at all levels of education, and in both the old Churches and the young ones. One cannot, however, neglect or forget the other dimension: Without this mark of holiness, our word will have difficulty in touching the heart of modern man.
Lay people, whose particular vocation places them in the midst of the world and in charge of the most varied temporal tasks, must for this very reason exercise a very special form of evangelization. But it must be patiently carried on during the course of history, in order to be realized fully on the day of the final coming of Christ, whose date is known to no one except the Father.