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"In our day Jesus' command to 'go and make disciples' echoes in the changing scenarios and ever new challenges to the Church's mission of evangelization, and all of us are called to take part in this new missionary 'going forth.' Each Christian and every community must discern the path that the Lord points out, but all of us are asked to obey his call to go forth from our own comfort zone in order to reach all the 'peripheries' in need of the light of the Gospel."—Evangelii Gaudium, no. 20Subscribers to Catholic Current get access to trustworthy and timely digital ministry resources. The reflections, teaching documents, and communications materials help parishes save time so they can focus on their ministry, while Catholic Current takes care of the rest.
Many of the sample resources below are also available in Spanish.
to accompany podcasts and videos that may be used in religious education, faith formation, group reflection, and young adult ministry.
resources for adult faith formation, Catholic parenting groups, marriage prep, and young adult ministry.
encourage prayerful reading of Scripture each week.
to be used in bulletins, e-newsletters, catechesis, religious education, or parish handouts.
on Catholic doctrine can be used to teach and evangelize through communications and ministry.
with images included to use in communications ministry whether through social media, newsletters, or websites. Suggested posts and photos are included for both Facebook and Twitter.
can be shared on social media, websites, bulletins, and in electronic communications.
and additional customizable parish handouts include information about liturgical events, short biographies of saints, and prayers. These are provided 3 weeks in advance.
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