“Just Say When, Lord!”

San Diego, CA. Today's story is more of a focus on what team leaders can do to get their teams prepared to hit the streets again. We need to be ready once restrictions are lifted to get out there and evangelize, while still following guidelines put forth by our local...

“Sharing Mary at McDonald’s”

Rochester Hills, MI. Slowly and cautiously, America is starting to re-open. This means that we, as evangelists, need to start considering how we will approach sharing the gospel once the opportunity arises. Today's evangelist chose to share the love of our Lord's...

“Missionaries March Onward”

As you might know, St. Paul Street Evangelization has a group of dedicated volunteers called regional missionaries. For those of you who are unfamiliar, these men and women are located all across the U.S., and essentially are leader evangelists that are similar to a...

“Reactions to Jesus”

Phoenix, AZ. Jesus told his disciples, "If the world hates you, realize that it hated me first." (John 15:18). He also warned of those who were lukewarm or indifferent: "So, because you are lukewarm, neitherĀ hot or cold, I will spit you out of my mouth." (Rev. 3:16)...

“Still Evangelizing”

Castle Rock, CO In times like these, to evangelize we have to get a little creative and maybe even take a few (prudent) risks. That's just what the evangelist in today's story did. There's no guarantee that what he's doing will work, but it's a risk worth taking....

“Prayer is Evangelization”

Boise, ID. The evangelist in today's story recently lamented to her spiritual director that she is no longer able to bring Christ to the streets due to government health restrictions. Her spiritual director responded to her, saying, "Prayer, too, is evangelization."...

“Easter Saturday Evangelization”

Tempe, AZ. In the Catholic Church we celebrate Easter for eight days, also known as the Easter Octave. Most people think Easter is only Sunday, and then go back to their normal lives. But there are so many graces that God wants to bestow on us, he spreads it out over...

“Little Gestures of Love”

Madison Heights, MI. St. Therese of Lisieux believed in the little way. And we should too. Doing small things with great love is a simple, yet profound way to achieve holiness. The Little Flower once shared some words of wisdom on the topic, which we can gain much...

“Sharing Mercy & Respecting the Law”

Northbrook, IL. The world needs to know about Divine Mercy, while there is still time. That's presumably why the evangelist in today's story went out to share the message on Divine Mercy Sunday. The following passage in which Our Lord speaks to St. Faustina gives us a...

“Bloom Where You Are Planted”

Warren, MI. No one seems to know the origins of the old saying, "Bloom where you are planted", although some say it may come from Genesis 1:28, "Be fertile and multiply; fill the earth and subdue it." St. Francis de Sales once said, "Truly charity has no limit; for...