Dynamic Catholic

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The Four Signs of a Dynamic Catholic are: Prayer, Study, Generosity and Evangelization.

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Prayer is a priority for Dynamic Catholics who have a disciplined prayer habit with time, place and structure.

Many pray at the same time every day, some go to Mass in the morning and others sit on a big, comfortable chair at their home or take a walk abiding by structured praying.

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Dynamic Catholics are keenly interested to learn about Jesus. He is their friend, coach, mentor, savior, and teaches them through the Church, Scriptures and Christian tradition.

If they disagree with a Church teaching, they wonder: “Why does the Church teach this? What are we missing?”  They humbly explore Church teachings to understand the truth.

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Dynamic Catholics possess a service spirit and are generous stewards of their time, talent and treasure.  Generosity is paramount to Christianity and the proof of Christ’s teachings in their lives, and money and material possessions are primary impediments to spiritual growth.

Dynamic Catholics are generous with lovers, parents, colleagues and even strangers, and are kind patient and compassionate.  Generosity brings the love of God to the world.

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Dynamic Catholics want their neighbors to experience the joy of a dynamic relationship with God, and regularly share with them a Catholic perspective.

However, the best and brightest Dynamic Catholics are generally weak in Evangelization, central to their mission but feel uncomfortable with the concept and practice.

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