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CATHOLICISM: The New Evangelization - Digital

December 21, 20150 Comments

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This product includes lifetime access to the online streaming video lessons, along with a digital (PDF) study guide. You can view the lessons on any Internet-enabled device include your computer, phone, or tablet.

The Catholic Faith is not about myths or legends, symbols or literary devices. It’s about an encounter so overwhelming that you want to tell the whole world. It is an encounter with Jesus Christ.

Throughout history the call of Christ has sent people to the corners of the earth with a message of great joy, a message that has built civilizations, inspired cultures, and even sent some to prisons and to their graves.

We have the same call - that’s the New Evangelization.

This new documentary series from Bishop Barron’s Word on Fire, continues the story of CATHOLICISM and explores the Church’s mission and the challenges of contemporary culture.

 With the original CATHOLICISM series, Bishop Barron took us on a journey around the world deep into the Faith. Now, experience this Faith in action in CATHOLICISM: The New Evangelization.

 This 90-minute film tells us what the New Evangelization is and then takes us on a fascinating tour to witness examples of new ardor, new expressions and new methods of evangelization in action.

 This digital edition includes  hours of extra features including two Bishop Barron speeches and full interviews and insights on the New Evangelization with George Weigel, Ross Douthat, Brad Gregory, and Brandon Vogt.