DOES YOUR PARISH HAVE ONE?

Parish Evangelization Teams are forming across the archdiocese – and are an essential part of parish life!

Join us for a FREE Archdiocesan Parish Evangelization Team Training Workshop on Saturday, March 19. Participants will learn: 

  • What Pope Benedict XVI’s #1 priority is (“to bring men and women to the God who speaks in the Bible”)
  • What key Church documents say about the what, why, who, when, where, and how of Catholic evangelization
  • Why Parish Evangelization Teams (P.E.T.s) are important for parish life
  • How to design and implement parish evangelization outreach goals, objectives, and strategies
  • How to mobilize parish organizations, and parishioners in general, into evangelistic action

Parish Evangelization Teams are not a luxury, but an essential part of parish life, as I shared in an article a couple of years ago: Parish Evangelization Teams, Not a Luxury – September 28, 2007 issue.

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to make your parish an even more evangelized and evangelizing community of faith so that you and your fellow parishioners may become everyday evangelized evangelizers and reach others with the Good News through personal and parish outreach!

When: Saturday, March 19, 2011

 Where: Ss. Peter & Paul Catholic Church St. Joseph’s Center in the St. Anne’s Hall (Room 200): 315 N. Seguin Street, New Braunfels, TX 78130

 Time: 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

 Cost: The workshop, resources, and lunch will be provided free of charge to you!

 Presenter: Martha Fernández-Sardina, the archdiocesan director of the Office for Evangelization who is also a national bilingual speaker, columnist, and TV host with years of experience in Catholic evangelization outreach. It will include a message to parishes from His Excellency Archbishop Gustavo García-Siller, M.Sp.S., Archbishop of San Antonio.

Sign up TODAY using the attached registration form

and SPREAD THE GOOD NEWS about spreading the Good News!

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