Sometimes it seems like one of the most difficult things to get Catholics to do is talk about their faith. I don’t mean with each other. We seem to be pretty open about our beliefs with fellow Catholics. But our efforts at evangelizing those who’ve never heard the good news seem weak compared to many Christians from other traditions.
In “Evangelization strategies that work,” Sylvia Devillars discusses how we can move Catholics beyond the doors of the church to tell “outsiders” what we believe and why. She write:
All Catholics are urged to speak out, reach out, and live out the Good News of Christ Jesus, and many parishes seem to be getting the message.
Click here to read her many practical suggestions for going out and reaching out to those who need to hear the good news.