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  • v. Present participle of evangelise.


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  • Of course, not everybody thinks evangelising is an appropriate thing for Catholics to be doing these days.

    Three priests

  • I do hope that my evangelising is worth it, and even if you don't adore it as I do that's it is still a worthwhile experience.

    Frank Bilders is Dead

  • Your enthusiasm for 'evangelising' the evidence and your claimed ownership as an atheist of

    TPN :: GDay World

  • But there's another kind of evangelising at work too, involving a web of interests more focussed on Mammon than the Almighty.

    The Guardian World News

  • "Struck by the misery which some quarters of London displayed to him, he conceived the idea of evangelising these masses, and to bring them along with the Christian light, physical comfort, and moral union.

    The Authoritative Life of General William Booth

  • To consecrated people, "Bede recommends focus on the apostolate, both by collaborating with bishops in various kinds of pastoral activities in support of young Christian communities, and by offering themselves for evangelising missions".

    Insight Scoop | The Ignatius Press Blog:

  • That may be true, but these are delicate skills to master and practice, and who in the social media ferment is evangelising them?

    March « 2009 « Innovation Cloud

  • The trust would, we presume, frown on staff handing out pamphlets advertising such beliefs, or evangelising to patients directly, urging them to pray, read the Bible, etc..

    An Open Letter to the Usual Suspects

  • A study of the literature, history, anthropology, and especially philosophical thought from the various European traditions and which incorporates the great philosophical traditions of ancient Greece, with a special emphasis on Aristotle, so influential in Catholic theology, would be an excellent intellectual grounding to help prepare students for their role as laity evangelising their culture.

    The ABC's: Aquinas, Books, Catholic identity

  • Songkick's latest recruit has given them an injection of confidence in evangelising for London.

    Songkick shows how a UK startup can have global ambition for live music | Jemima Kiss


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