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"The New Evangelization is a call to each person to deepen his or her own faith, have confidence in the Gospel, and possess a willingness to share the Gospel. It is a personal encounter with the person of Jesus, which brings peace and joy." — Disciples Called to Witness
The USCCB New Evangelization Toolkit will present strategies for implementing the New Evangelization, focusing on planning, resources and activities designed to assist the Church in the United States on its journey towards the New Evangelization.
The Toolkit will follow the roadmap outlined in the 2013-2016 USCCB Strategic Plan entitled: “Journey with Christ: Faith, Worship, Witness” and expands on the statement of the USCCB Committee on Evangelization and Catechesis, Disciples Called to Witness: The New Evangelization.
This Toolkit will be primarily web-based and filled with resources for diocesan and parish based planning and implementation of New Evangelization initiatives. It is not a program, but rather a comprehensive collection of USCCB resources to assist in fostering the New Evangelization. The online New Evangelization Toolkit will be supplemented by a printed planning guide for the New Evangelization.
The New Evangelization Toolkit resources are designed for pastoral leaders who aim to develop, enhance or review their own local strategies for implementing the New Evangelization. The New Evangelization Toolkit will be available in spring 2014.
Catechists and Teachers as Agents of the New Evangelization—resources developed for Catechetical Sunday 2012Using the New Media for the New Evangelization——Address Given by Bishop John Wester, Chair of the USCCB Communications Committee at the USCCB General Assembly Meeting, June 2012
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