My evangelization stories from the streets and taxis and other places. This podcast was originally an interview done with me on a TAN Books podcast by Steve Cunningham just a couple weeks ago. Steve is also the executive producer of Sensus Fidelium. Thanks to TAN Books for letting me re-publish this podcast with Steve and me.
On today's podcast, Terry Barber talks about how he has brought the Gospel of Jesus Christ to literally millions of people. (We also have some interesting debates in the second half of the recording.)
This was a talk I gave to a group of future movie makers at a Catholic California University on how to evangelize with the mystery of supernatural faith instead of a superficial "natural" faith.
By Marc Zarlengo Evangelization is not something that was pounded into me as a nominal, half-hearted (uncatechized) Catholic growing up in the 80s and 90s. In fact, I never thought about it. But as someone who has since reconverted to the faith and now attends both the Novus Ordo and traditional Latin Mass (TLM), I am confident that faithful Catholics of all stripes are facing one major common difficulty: How do we evangelize in this current environment of discord and bleeding? It’s a real problem, and we need to deal with it. Our job according the Great Commission is to “Go, therefore, and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them [...]
This sermon was given on Sexagesima Sunday, 4 February 2018, in Jacksonville, Florida. It is about the hierarchy of creation containing the hierarchy of knowledge as transmitted through the angels. This will launch us to consider how the Catholic Faith was originally transmitted from the Apostles to bishops to priests to the families of early Christianity.