You are Christ’s mission to the world.

Christ designed the Church to grow.

By now, we’ve all heard statistics that show for every convert into the Catholic Church, more than seven leave. The millions of people who have left are still looking for meaning, but if the culture and even their own experiences have positioned Christianity as irrelevant, then our ministries, apostolates, and institutional structures have no access to them. It’s time to go back to our roots.

How did the early church do it? They embodied Jesus’ missionary DNA. He imprinted it on them in two important ways:

Early Church

Jesus artfully proclaimed the Kingdom in public spaces.

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the bridge from irrelevance to curiosity

Early Church

Jesus invested in a few who could reach many.

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"The Church which “goes forth” is a community of missionary disciples who take the first step, who are involved and supportive, who bear fruit and rejoice. An evangelizing community knows that the Lord has taken the initiative, he has loved us first (cf. 1 Jn 4:19), and therefore we can move forward, boldly take the initiative, go out to others, seek those who have fallen away, stand at the crossroads and welcome the outcast. Such a community has an endless desire to show mercy, the fruit of its own experience of the power of the Father’s infinite mercy. Let us try a little harder to take the first step and to become involved."