Disciples of All Nations: A Practical Guide to the New Evangelization
Dr. Josephine Lombardi
Publication date: 2014-02-01
Number of pages: 176
An invaluable companion and guide to the history, theology and practice of the New Evangelization.
Leading scholar, author and workshop presenter Dr. Josephine Lombardi leads us through an engaging exploration of the development and purpose of the New Evangelization. Identifying the meaning of the expression New Evangelization, she examines the enormous breadth of papal and Church teaching on the subject since the Second Vatican Council. Lombardi’s approachable overview helps us engage the Church’s theology with a tangible application of the New Evangelization today.
Deeply rooted in Scripture, the Tradition of the Church, and current with the teachings of recent popes, Lombardi’s guide is a much-needed resource for those charged with the mandate to bring about the New Evangelization. Priests, teachers and lay Catholics will all find this book a must-have for their ministry.
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Josephine Lombardi, Ph.D., is Assistant Professor of Pastoral and Systematic Theology and Director of Lay Formation for St Augustine's Seminary in Scarborough, Ontario. A frequent speaker at religious education conferences in Canada and the United States, Lombardi also serves as an advisor to the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops. She is the author of several Novalis titles, including Living with the Rosary (2013), Stations of the Cross for Young Catholics (2012), On Earth as it is in Heaven (2011), and Experts in Humanity: A Journey of Self-Discovery and Healing (2016).