The New Evangelization

Here we present a selection of articles on the new evangelization that have appeared in America:

"Mass Evangelization," Scott W. Hahn

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Sharing faith with the Eucharist

"The Age of Skepticism," Thomas J. Bushlack

The challenge of relevance in a quickly changing culture

"Foolishness!" Stephen Bullivant

Nonbelievers challenge Christians to take faith seriously.

"This Little Light," Frank DeSiano

Strategies for the new evangelization from the Synod of Bishops

"The Noble Enterprise," Donald W. Wuerl

Bishops and theologians in the service of the new evangelization

"Culture Shift," Robert J. Carlson

The new evangelization can encourage vocations in a changing church

"The New Evangelization," Ron Fisichella

What's it all about?

"How to Evangelize?" James C. Gorman and Robert S. Rivers

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