Exhortación apostólica Evangelii nuntiandi de S.S. Paulo VI acerca de la evangelización del mundo contemporaneo. by Catholic Church. Pope ( EN, Evangelii Nuntiandi (On Evangelism in the Modern World) La exhortacion apostolica Evangelii nuntiandi () no menciona la ciudad, pero se refiere a. Results 31 – 60 of 81 Evangelii Nuntiandi: On Evangelization in the Modern World and a great Exhortacion Apostolica de su Santidad Pablo VI Evangelii.

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This is not foreign to evangelization. All Christians are called to this witness, and in this way they can be real evangelizers.

But this enrichment requires that the individual Churches should keep their profound openness towards the universal Church. They are gathering about Him; they want to let themselves be led by Him.

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Such a witness is already a silent proclamation of the Good News and a very exhoetacin and effective one. It is well known in what terms numerous bishops from all the continents spoke of this at the last Synod, especially the bishops from the Third World, with a pastoral accent resonant with the voice of the millions of sons and daughters of the Church who make up those peoples.

We live in the Church at a privileged moment of the Spirit. With regard to the liberation which evangelization proclaims and strives to put into practice one should rather say this: The most insidious of these excuses are certainly the ones which people claim to find support for nunhiandi such exhorgacin such a teaching of the Council.

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This supernatural life finds its living expression in the seven sacraments and in the admirable radiation of grace and holiness which they possess. This is how the Lord wanted His Church to be: An almost indefinite range of means can be used for this purpose: From this flows the second conviction: The more Gospel-inspired lay people there are engaged in these realities, clearly involved in them, competent to promote them and conscious that they must exercise to the full their Christian powers which are often buried and suffocated, the more these realities will be at the service of the kingdom of God and therefore of salvation in Jesus Christ, without in any way losing or sacrificing their human content but rather pointing to a transcendent dimension which is often disregarded.

Truly the Church owes them much. To live the sacraments in this way, bringing their celebration to a true fullness, is not, as some would claim, to impede or to accept a distortion of evangelization: The first is respect for the religious and spiritual situation of those being evangelized. Declaration on Religious Liberty Dignitatis Humanae Yet, one can never sufficiently stress the fact that evangelization does not consist only of the preaching and teaching of a doctrine.


Now if the Spirit of God has a preeminent place in the whole life of the Church, it is in her evangelizing mission that He is most active. The Lord will delight in describing in many ways the happiness of belonging to this kingdom a paradoxical happiness which is made up of things that the world rejects ,[17] the demands of the kingdom and its Magna Charta,[18] the heralds of the kingdom,[19] its mysteries,[20] its children,[21] the vigilance and fidelity demanded of whoever awaits its definitive coming.

Is she firmly established in the midst of the world and yet free and independent enough to call for the world’s attention? Everywhere people are trying to know Him better, as the Scripture reveals Him. Evangelization will never be possible without the action of the Holy Spirit. It frequently remains at the level of forms of worship not involving a true acceptance by faith. In the dynamism of evangelization, a person who accepts the Church as the Word which saves[54] normally translates it into the following sacramental acts: Any partial and fragmentary definition which attempts to render the reality of evangelization in all its richness, complexity and dynamism does so only at the risk of impoverishing it and even of distorting it.

How would preachers and catechists be able to neglect this? She feels responsible before entire peoples. In some regions they appear and develop, almost without exception, within the Church, having solidarity with her life, being nourished by her teaching and united with her pastors.

It is through them that she proclaims “from the housetops”[72] the message of which she is the depositary.

In the mind of the Lord the Church is universal by vocation and mission, but when she puts down her roots in a variety of cultural, social and human evagnelii, she takes on different external expressions and appearances in each part of the world. PL 4, ; Saint Augustine, Enarrat.

It was precisely in this sense that at the end of the last Synod we spoke clear words full of paternal affection, insisting on the role of Peter’s Successor as a visible, living and dynamic principle of the unity between the Churches and thus of the universality of zpostlica one Church.

Our appeal here is inspired by the fervor of the greatest preachers and evangelizers, whose lives were devoted to the apostolate.

Thus it is the whole Church that receives the mission to evangelize, and the work of each individual member is important for the whole. Religious, for their part, find in their consecrated life a privileged means of effective evangelization. And, as we said at the end of the last Synod, they will be a hope for the universal Church to the extent:.

Rxhortacin 60p. In the name of Christ we bless you, your communities, your families, all those who are unntiandi to you, in the words which Paul addressed to the Philippians: It engenders interior attitudes rarely observed to the same degree elsewhere: These ideas were given a new hearing at the Second Vatican Council and again by Pope Paul VI, who in his encyclical Evangelii Nuntiandi reminded us that it is our privilege and responsibility to be “bringing the Good News into all the strata of humanity, and through its influence transforming humanity from within and making it new.


It poses three burning questions, exhoratcin the Synod kept constantly in mind: Every evangelizer is expected to have a reverence for truth, especially since the truth that he studies and communicates is none other than revealed truth apostllca hence, more than any other, a sharing in the first truth which is God Himself.

Is this not perhaps one of fxhortacin great sicknesses of evangelization today? We can all see the urgency of giving a loyal, humble and courageous answer to this question, and of acting accordingly. AAS 56p.

In a word, adherence to the kingdom, that is to say, to the “new world,” to the new state of things, to exhodtacin new manner of being, of living, of living in community, which the Gospel inaugurates. It is likewise the right of his fellow men to receive from him the proclamation of the Good News of salvation. Today there is a very large number of baptized people who for the most part have not formally renounced their Baptism but who are entirely indifferent to it and not living in accordance with it.

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To evangelize must therefore very often be to give this necessary food and sustenance to the faith of believers, especially through a catechesis full of Gospel vitality and in a language suited to people and circumstances. Their own field of evangelizing activity is the vast and complicated world of politics, society and economics, but also the world of culture, of the sciences and the arts, of international life, of the mass media.

He never betrays or hides truth out of a desire to please men, in order to astonish or to shock, nor for the sake of originality or a desire to make an impression. All this could he expressed in the following words: Que de nuevo en la exhortacion La alegria de Evangelio? This proclamation – kerygma, preaching or catechesis – occupies such an important place in evangelization that it has often become synonymous with it; and yet it is only one aspect of evangelization.