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v. e·van·gel·ized, e·van·gel·iz·ing, e·van·gel·iz·es
1. To preach the gospel to.
2. To convert to Christianity.
3. To promulgate or promote (a doctrine or idea, for example) enthusiastically.
1. To preach the gospel.
2. To promulgate or promote something enthusiastically.

e·van′gel·i·za′tion (-jə-lĭ-zā′shən) n.
e·van′gel·iz′er n.
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The year will include several individual jubilee days, such as for the Roman Curia, catechists, teenagers and prisoners, said Fisichella, president of the Pontifical Council for Promoting New Evangelization, the office organizing the year's events.
Working from his primary research interests in interdisciplinary approaches to the religions and cultures of Asia, Kin Sheung Yan's purpose is "to analyze the Catholic evangelization of China in light of the teachings of the magisterium" (40).
He is a Western-trained Chinese scholar and layman who examines the challenges and prospects of Catholic evangelization in China.
23, 2015 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- THE NUDE EVANGELIZATION -- Physicians and Nurses Against Tobacco (PANAT) announces the release of our most recent anti-tobacco effort: "The Nude Evangelization".
He seems to want to correlate evangelization with the well organized external power of a great ruler, un gran Monarca, as the channel for civility and all gentleness.
These themes include the establishment of missions by Franciscans, the process of evangelization in the missions, Spanish society in New Mexico, and conflicts between civil and religious officials.
Convention leaders early realized the demands of institutional development, and they chose to shed the convention of departments and agencies that detracted from its primary mission of evangelization and church development.
present Cursillo as an example of Christian evangelization or fellowship," she wrote.
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He retired from the ministry with the Spanish community on July 1, 2009, at the Holy Trinity Evangelization Center in Leominster, MA.
This evangelization campaign produced a large corpus of ecclesiastical literature written in indigenous languages, including catechisms, sermonaries, confessional manuals, and dramatic plays.
The New Age movement is a mirror of what we lack in church, a balanced spirituality that cares not for only the soul but the well-being of the whole person," Ole Skjerbaek Madsen told the Forum for Evangelization in Bangkok.