For Those Interested in Evangelism

A reader writes:

I have been happily busy during this week-end (starting with a Thursday evening session) attending a “Weekend School of Evangelization” promoted by my parish for parish volunteers. And I have been quite impressed with the presentation and the content. This has been presented mostly in Canada, but occasionally in the States as well, and I think it deserves the broadest possible audiences.

There is a well-made video on the home page of the organization presenting those, called Mission of the Redeemer, whose aim is forming catholics for the new evangelization. I think you would be interested to know about it.

And I hope you have a good week.

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  • Phil in Canada

    I’ve been to the same weekend school when it was hosted at my parish. Michael and Linda Dopp, who have made Mission of the Redeemer their full-time gig, are the real deal. They want to form lay Catholics for evangelism, and promote the New Evangelization by encouraging parishes and individual Catholics to rethink everything they do in light of the imperative to spread the Gospel message. Very highly recommended!

  • Marthe Lépine

    Thank you Mark for spreading such good information.