AIM : Evangelizing through Education;
Education through Evangelization.
- To evangelize the young to be mature young people in it
- To help young people to grow in knowledge of God.
- To promote religious dimension of the person both in Christians and those belonging to other religions.
- To develop a systematic journey of education to the faith
- To introduce young people into a conscious and active participation in the liturgy.
- To cultivate missionary sensitivity among the young
- Promoting the ‘Scaffoldings’ as a Programme of Faith Formation in our institutions.
- Increasing the knowledge of Bible through Quiz, Seminars, etc.
- Making available the Bible for the young by subsidizing
- Evangelizing the young through the formation of groups like Altar boys, sodalities, etc.
- An evangelised and evangelising community
- 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 ... The Church evangelizes when she seeks to convert, solely through the divine power of the message she proclaims, both the personal and collective consciences of people, the activities in which they engage, and the lives and concrete milieu which are theirs (cf. EN 18). The ingredients of an effective Evangelization are: Proclamation, Conversion, Incorporation and Service (apostolate / mission)
- «“To evangelise” does not simply mean to teach a doctrine, but to proclaim Jesus Christ by one’s words and actions, that is, to make oneself an instrument of his presence and action in the world» (CDF, Doctrinal Note on Certain Aspects of Evangelisation, n. 2).
- The source of all work of evangelisation lies in a personal encounter with Christ, a daily event renewed in our listening to the Word, our participation in the Paschal Mystery (through liturgy and sacraments), in our fraternal sharing and our service of the young.