Saint Paul Street Evangelization – St. Mary, Our Lady of the Annunciation
July 23, 2019
Christ’s call to evangelize was made to every Catholic Christian, and the Second Vatican Council reiterated this need, urging each of the baptized to bring the Gospel, found fully in the Catholic Church, to a culture that has largely reverted to paganism. As an on-the-street Catholic evangelization organization, St. Paul Street Evangelization provides an avenue for you to share the Person of Jesus Christ and the truth and beauty of the Catholic Faith with a hungry culture. Click Get Involved on the menu to find out how you can help.
"As a Church, we are called to evangelize and bring the good news to the world. Each one of us has a story to tell abut how Christ has changed our lives. St. Paul Street Evangelization will give you the tools you need to articulate your relationship with Christ to a hungry broken world. In the Twin Cities, SPSE taught over 150 Catholics to be evangelists. What a thrill to see them on the street talking to people who were looking for God." Jeff Cavins
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Raymond Leo Cardinal Burke
“I am very happy to have the occasion to express my deepest esteem for St. Paul Street Evangelization. This apostolate…is doing a tremendous work in bringing Christ and his truth and love to all parts of the United States and also in other nations. I give my whole hearted support to the work and I pray for it daily that it will continue and grow for the sake of the salvation of many souls… I am happy on this occasion to recommend to you St. Paul Street Evangelization and urge you to become involved with it.”
Most Reverend Allen Vigneron
“One of the new methods [of evangelization] I would like to recommend is the work of St. Paul Street Evangelization … I, having personally participated in their work of street evangelization, enthusiastically endorse this group … I encourage you to join me in offering your prayers and support for this organization.”
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