Growing in the Spiritual Life this Lent

Virtues are formed by prayer. Prayer preserves temperance. Prayer suppresses anger. Prayer prevents emotions of pride and envy. Prayer draws into the soul the Holy Spirit, and raises man to Heaven. Saint Ephraem of Syria Have you experienced something like this? When...

Stumbling Blocks to Conversion

Often, behind giant lies are hidden a giant desire to justify one’s sins. This man, who was nearly 7 feet tall, refused to take a Rosary because he said the Catholic Church was a greedy organization that didn’t help anyone. Our evangelist Steve told him that...

Catholicism is a Way of Life

SPSE’s Team Enterprise, AL, took advantage of a beautiful day to go out and do the Work of God, spreading the Good News about Jesus Christ and the salvation that comes through Him alone. As usual, the four evangelists started their session with prayer. A handful of...

Fr. Fox on the Story of Jesus

HOMILY, Fifth Sunday of Ordinary Time February 8, 2015 Fr. Charlie Fox, Spiritual Director, St. Paul Street Evangelization (www.streetevangelization.com) The Greatest Story Ever I hope that each of you has had the chance, at one point or another, to meet someone who...

SPSE @ The Superbowl

Our Phoenix, Arizona team checks in! After a successful Basic Evangelization Training in Phoenix last year, the team is back in the news. This time, they evangelized on Superbowl weekend when thousands of visitors were in town. The Boston Globe ran an article about...

The Million-Dollar Question

SPSE’s National Director, Steve Dawson, joined evangelist Julian for Catholic street evangelization in downtown Detroit last weekend. On several occasions during the outing, in the severe cold, the evangelists felt that the Holy Spirit was using them to bear fruit for...

“Circle of Warmth”

Encouragement came to our Boise team from a surprising source this week. Boiseans tend to huddle inside in bad weather. And the city had been caught in relatively extreme, below-freezing temperatures for days. Plus, it snowed again just that morning (stopping, praise...