Tag Archives: Dynamic Catholic

Enlightenment

______________________________________________________________     ______________________________________________________________   People are neither born Dynamic Catholics nor God’s favorites. They had a conversion experience, an event that approached them to God, such as a retreat, a pilgrimage, a conference, a family death, or the reading … Continue reading

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World in Change

______________________________________________________________     ______________________________________________________________   Catholicism suffers deeply, primarily because of sex scandal, despite our great service to humanity.  It’s time to develop a project, big and bold, like  ending child poverty in America over the next decade.  The Catholic Church … Continue reading

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The Four Signs

______________________________________________________________     ______________________________________________________________   Imagine Catholic children coached with The Four Signs of a Dynamic Catholic: Prayer, Study, Generosity and Evangelization. “Be Bold, Be Catholic,” is the motto of the Dynamic Catholic Institute. The Catholic Church needs a great … Continue reading

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A New Strategy

______________________________________________________________     ______________________________________________________________   The first step of a new strategy is to quit defense to refocus our mission, because our defensive posture is not Christian. The Four Signs of a Dynamic Catholic represent a new strategy of Spiritual … Continue reading

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A New Paradigm

______________________________________________________________     The choir “O Coral de Santa Catarina” of my village in Portugal, Castelo Branco of the Faial Island in The Azores, interpreted a Christmas program. I am proud my village of approximately 1,500 inhabitants has developed a quality choir … Continue reading

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Church in Crisis

______________________________________________________________     ______________________________________________________________   More than thirty million Americans, over 10% of the U.S. population, consider themselves former Catholics. Young adults are alarmingly abandoning the Church, over 70% of American Catholics do not attend Sunday Mass, and only 17% … Continue reading

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Contagious Catholic Living

______________________________________________________________     ______________________________________________________________   “Preach the gospels at all times and when necessary, use words,” advised Francis of Assisi. It is our mission to evangelize, but the Church has been anemic for decades, though marginal improvement can produce incredible … Continue reading

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