Dynamika ewangelizacji według adhortacji apostolskiej Evangelii gaudium Dynamics of evangelization in the apostolic exhortation „Evangelii gaudium” of. Kraków , p. Cf. The Holy Father Francis, Adhortacja apostolska Evangelii Gaudium [The. Apostolic Exhortation Evangelii Gaudium], Kraków. Key words: Evangelii gaudium, Pope Francis, Church Communications, Evangelization, Tytuł Adhortacji Radość Ewangelii stanowi doskonałą syntezę tonu i.

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Others fall into acedia because they are unable to wait; they want to dominate the rhythm of life.

Just as the organic unity existing among the virtues means that no one of them can be excluded from the Christian ideal, so no truth may be denied. Going out to others in order to reach the fringes of humanity does not mean rushing out aimlessly into the world.

In effect, ethics leads to a God who calls for a committed response which is outside the categories of the marketplace.

Let us also keep in mind that we should never respond to questions that nobody asks. While painfully aware of our own frailties, we have to march on without giving in, keeping in mind what the Lord said to Saint Paul: Hence it is clear that that the first proclamation also calls for ongoing formation and maturation. The worldwide crisis affecting finance and the economy lays bare their imbalances and, above all, their lack of real concern for human beings; man is reduced to one of his needs alone: This presence must not be contrived but found, uncovered.

Only from the affective connaturality born of love can we appreciate the theological life present in the piety of Christian peoples, especially among their poor. In this system, which tends to devour everything which stands in the way of increased profits, whatever is fragile, like the environment, is defenseless before the interests of a deified market, which become the only rule.

No to an economy of exclusion [] No to the new idolatry of money [] No to a financial system which rules rather evangelii serves [] No to the inequality which evantelii violence [] Some cultural challenges [] Challenges to inculturating the faith [] Challenges from urban cultures []. Let us not allow ourselves to be robbed of the Gospel!

Wherever there is life, fervour and a evangslii to bring Christ to others, genuine vocations will arise.


I find evagelii thrilling to reread this text: It is the message capable of responding to the desire for the infinite which abides in every human heart. Today we are seeing in many pastoral workers, including consecrated men and women, an inordinate concern for their rvangelii freedom and relaxation, which leads them to see their work as a mere appendage to their life, evanvelii if it were not part of their very identity.


God constantly renews his faithful ones, avhortacja their age: Instead of seeming to impose new obligations, they should appear as people who wish to share their joy, who point to a horizon of beauty and who invite others to a delicious banquet. He simply asks that we sincerely look at evangelil life and present ourselves honestly before him, and that we be willing to continue to grow, asking from him what we ourselves cannot as yet achieve.

When these latter are absolutized, God can only be seen as uncontrollable, unmanageable, even dangerous, since he calls human beings to their full realization and to freedom from all forms of enslavement. It is also true that at times greater emphasis is placed on the outward expressions and traditions of some groups, or on alleged private revelations which would replace all else, than on the impulse of Christian piety.

The new evangelization for the transmission of the faith. Their work of evangelization thus becomes forced, and they devote little energy and very limited time to it.

She is certainly a mystery rooted in the Trinity, yet she exists concretely in history as a people of pilgrims and evangelizers, transcending any institutional expression, however necessary. The homily takes up once more the dialogue which the Lord has already established with his people. What is called for is an evangelization capable of shedding light on these new ways of relating to God, to others and to the world around us, and inspiring essential values.

Temptations faced by pastoral workers []. This witness comforts and sustains me in my own effort to overcome selfishness and to give more fully of myself. Let us look upon them as challenges which can help us to grow.

These gifts are meant to renew and build up the Church. Evangelization joyfully acknowledges these varied treasures which the Holy Spirit pours out upon the Church. But this does not mean that we should postpone the evangelizing mission; rather, each of us should find ways to communicate Jesus wherever we are.

In countries of other religious traditions, or profoundly secularized countries, it will mean sparking new processes for evangelizing culture, even though these will demand long-term planning. Lastly, we cannot forget that evangelization is first and foremost about preaching the Gospel to those who do not know Jesus Christ or who have always rejected him.


We are not asked to be flawless, but to keep growing and wanting to grow as we advance along the path of the Gospel; our arms must never grow slack.

Qdhortacja we can wonder if God is demanding too much of us, asking for a decision which we are not yet prepared to make.

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I understand the grief of people who have to endure great suffering, yet slowly but surely we all have to let the joy of faith slowly revive as a quiet yet firm trust, even amid the greatest distress: I invite everyone to be bold and creative in this task of rethinking the goals, structures, style and methods of evangelization in their respective communities. It takes on many forms, depending on the kinds of persons and groups into which it seeps.

I would like to dwell briefly on this way of understanding the Church, whose ultimate foundation is in the free and gracious initiative of God. The challenge of an inculturated preaching consists in proclaiming a synthesis, not ideas or detached values. In our time humanity is experiencing a turning-point in its history, as we can see from the advances being made in so many fields. It never closes itself off, never retreats into its own security, never opts for rigidity and defensiveness.

Education and catechesis are at the service of this growth. Preparation for preaching requires love.

Differences between persons and communities can sometimes prove uncomfortable, but the Holy Spirit, who is the source of that diversity, can bring forth something good from all things and turn it into an attractive means of evangelization. I do not want a Church concerned with being at the centre and which then ends by being caught up in a web of obsessions and procedures.

I prefer a Church which is bruised, hurting and dirty because it has been out on the streets, rather than a Church which is unhealthy from being confined and from clinging to its own security.