For Immediate Release
Contact: Isabella Agby
Phone: 657-777-2963, ext. 111
Warren, MI – January 8: St. Paul Evangelization Institute team leaders Randy Grasso (Dallas, Texas) and Sean Kelly (Tempe, Arizona) will lead a 5-day missionary training in Lagos, Nigeria January 25 – January 29 at the Catholic Church of the Divine Mercy in Lekki. Monsignor Paschal Nwaezeapu (nuh-waz-a-pooh), from the Catholic Archdiocese of Lagos, Nigeria, will host the leaders and oversee the training each day. “Our parishioners are excited to train with the St. Paul Evangelization Institute staff,” said Monsignor Paschal Nwaezeapu from the Catholic Church of the Divine Mercy in Lekki, Nigeria.
The training will take place inside the Catholic Church of the Divine Mercy in Lekki, Lagos, Nigeria. The parish is located at No. 1 Catholic Mission Street off admiralty Way in Lekki Phase 1, in Lagos.
Training topics include Basic Evangelization Training (BET), Healing in Evangelization Training (HET), Hospitality Training (HIT), and more. A new training topic will be featured daily, and attendees are encouraged to attend multiple sessions. Each training topic offers an opportunity to learn more about being a disciple of Christ. Attendees will learn the basics of evangelization and how to use it as a powerful tool to lead others to God. The training introduces ways of healing, being a missionary, stepping up as a leader, street ministry, apologetics, and tips for hospitality. The training is free of charge to attend. All residents in the area are encouraged to participate daily. Residents or visitors to the area who are interested in attending should contact the Catholic Church of the Divine Mercy at +234-818-8292282 or register in person, at the parish, before Saturday, January 25.
Donations, to help offset the costs associated with this international missionary trip, can be made by visiting https://evangelizationschool.com/donate/?spei_source=nigeria2020
About St. Paul Evangelization Institute: The St. Paul Evangelization Institute oversees the development of St. Paul Street Evangelization as well as the St. Paul Society of Evangelists and the St. Paul School of Evangelization. St. Paul Street Evangelization (SPSE) is a grassroots, non- profit organization, dedicated to responding to the mandate of Jesus to preach the Gospel to all nations by taking the Catholic Faith to the streets. Founded in May 2012, St. Paul Street Evangelization provides the tools and resources for Catholics to engage the culture in a simple, non-confrontational method of evangelization, which involves making themselves available to the public to answer questions about the faith and to pray with those who request it. SPSE has had tremendous growth and now has teams throughout the United States and even internationally, such as in the Philippines and Australia.