Exhortación apostólica Evangelii nuntiandi de S.S. Paulo VI acerca de la evangelización del mundo contemporaneo. by Catholic Church. Pope ( EN, Evangelii Nuntiandi (On Evangelism in the Modern World) La exhortacion apostolica Evangelii nuntiandi () no menciona la ciudad, pero se refiere a. Results 31 – 60 of 81 Evangelii Nuntiandi: On Evangelization in the Modern World and a great Exhortacion Apostolica de su Santidad Pablo VI Evangelii.

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Even in the face of natural religious expressions most worthy of esteem, the Church finds support in the fact that the religion of Jesus, which she proclaims through exhrotacin, objectively places man in relation with the plan of God, with His living presence and with His action; she thus causes an encounter with the mystery of divine paternity that bends over towards humanity.

Our words come from the wealth of the Synod and are meant to be a meditation on evangelization.

The above questions will ask, whether they are people to whom Christ has never been proclaimed, or baptized people who do not practice, or people who live as nominal Christians but according to principles that are in aopstlica way Christian, or people who are seeking, and not without suffering, something or someone whom they sense but cannot name.

Brothers and sons and daughters, at this stage of our reflection, we wish to pause with you at a question which is particularly important at the present time. Evange,ii fervor demands first of all that we should know how to put aside the excuses which would impede evangelization. The Church is deeply aware of her duty to preach salvation to all.

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The Holy Spirit places on his lips the words which he could not find by himself, and at the same time the Holy Spirit predisposes the soul of the hearer aposltica be open and receptive to the Good News and to the kingdom being proclaimed. Hence the active presence of the laity in the temporal realities takes on all its importance.

These ideas were given a new hearing at the A;ostlica Vatican Council and again by Pope Paul VI, who in his encyclical Evangelii Nuntiandi reminded us that it is our privilege and responsibility to be “bringing the Good News into all the strata of humanity, and through its influence transforming humanity from within and making it new.

Nevertheless this universal Church is in practice incarnate in the individual Churches made up of such or such an actual part of mankind, speaking such and such a language, heirs of a cultural patrimony, of a vision of the world, of an historical past, of a particular human substratum.


Respect for their tempo and pace; no one has the right to force them excessively. This is not foreign to evangelization. This first proclamation is addressed especially to those who have never heard the Good News of Jesus, or to children.

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At different moments in the Church’s history and also in the Second Vatican Council, the family has well deserved the beautiful name of “domestic Church. Mission and Exhoratcin in Changing Landscapes”. Hence, when preaching liberation and associating herself with those who are working and suffering for it, the Church is certainly not willing to restrict her mission only to the religious field and dissociate herself from man’s temporal problems.

It is well known in what terms numerous bishops from all the continents spoke exhirtacin this at the last Synod, especially the bishops from the Third World, with a pastoral accent resonant with the voice of the millions of sons and daughters of the Church who make up those peoples.

Thus each individual Church that would voluntarily cut itself off from the universal Church would lose its relationship to God’s plan and would be impoverished in its ecclesial dimension. For the Church, evangelizing means bringing the Good News into all the strata of humanity, and through its influence transforming humanity from within and making it new: To live the sacraments in this way, bringing their celebration to a true fullness, is not, as some would claim, to impede or to accept a distortion of evangelization: It must be said that the Holy Spirit is the principal agent of evangelization: They are all impregnated with innumerable “seeds of the Word”[74] and can constitute a true “preparation for the Gospel,”[75] to quote a felicitous term used by apostlics Second Vatican Council and borrowed from Eusebius of Caesarea.

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It is the duty incumbent on her by the command of the Lord Jesus, so that people can believe and be saved. In a word, adherence to the kingdom, that is to say, to the “new world,” to the new state of things, to the new manner of being, of living, of living in community, which the Gospel inaugurates. The division among Christians is a serious reality which impedes the very work of Christ. These ministries will have a real pastoral value to the extent that they are established with absolute respect for unity and adhering to the directives of the pastors, who are the ones who are responsible for the Church’s unity and the builders thereof.


All this could he expressed in the following words: Without Him the most highly developed schemas resting on a sociological or psychological basis are quickly seen to be quite valueless. Thanks to them she succeeds in speaking to the multitudes.

It involves an acute awareness of profound attributes of God: These expressions were for a long time regarded as less pure and were sometimes despised, but today they are almost everywhere being rediscovered.

It is this global vision which we now wish to outline, by examining the content of evangelization and the methods apostoica evangelizing and by clarifying to whom the Gospel message is addressed and who today is responsible for it.

During the Synod, the bishops very frequently referred to this truth: It is quite remarkable, moreover, that the most simple Christians, the ones who are most faithful to the Gospel and most open to the true meaning of the Church, have a completely spontaneous sensitivity to this universal dimension. For this reason, side by side with the collective proclamation of the Gospel, the other form of transmission, the person-to-person evagelii, remains valid and exhortavin. Such a witness is already a silent proclamation of the Good News and a very powerful and effective one.

She willingly adds with St. The intelligence, especially that of children and young people, needs to learn through systematic religious instruction the fundamental teachings, the living content of the truth which God has wished to convey to us and which the Church has sought to express in an ever richer fashion during the course of her long apostliva.

The first danger is that of a withering isolationism, and then, before long, of a crumbling away, with each of its cells breaking away from it just as it itself has broken away nhntiandi the central nucleus. It must not happen that the pressing need to proclaim the Good News to the multitudes should cause us to forget this form of proclamation whereby an individual’s personal conscience is reached and touched by an entirely unique word that he receives from someone else. There is no true evangelization if the name, the teaching, the life, the promises, the kingdom and the mystery of Jesus of Nazareth, the Son of God are not proclaimed.