Creative Evangelization for Catholic Parishes
What is Creative Evangelization?
God is the source of all creativity. The Gospels prove that the Lord shared himself with people in remarkably creative ways that led to life-changing encounters and salvation.
We use God-given creativity as a tool to visualize what an evangelizing parish looks like, assess what it takes to shift to a Great Commission-focused parish, and propose the gospel of God to everyone in town.
We employ sound practices that root evangelization as part of the everyday life of discipleship and render it effective.
We lead with God’s goodness and love. And we depend on the Holy Spirit, the sacraments, and the teachings of the Catholic Church.
- There is No Eucharistic Revival without Radical Hospitality and the First Proclamation
- Why Are Parishes Stuck Regarding Evangelization?
- The Need for Small Groups in the Eucharistic Revival
- Becoming an Apostolic Parish: The Ron Huntley Leadership Podcast
- Signs and Wonders as the Necessary, Initiating Spur of the Eucharistic Revival
The Four Ways Forward
Radical hospitality and proclamation.
Divine signs and wonders.
These are the four models practiced by fruitful, joyful, evangelizing parishes.
These are the four ways to move forward toward evangelizing our post-Christian culture. In The Four Ways Forward: Becoming an Apostolic Parish in a Post-Christian World, Susan Windley-Daoust, director of missionary discipleship for the Diocese of Winona-Rochester, explains each of these four approaches and concrete ways that parishes can implement them to transform their local church…and the world.