Four Signs Of a Dynamic Catholic
- THE FIRST SIGN – PRAYER
Dynamic Catholics have a daily commitment to prayer.
God is not a distant force to these people, but rather a personal friend and adviser. They trying to listen to the voice of God in their lives, and believe doing God’s will is the only path that leads to lasting happiness in this changing world. What is important to recognize is that Dynamic Catholics have a time to pray, a place to pray, and a structure to their prayer.
- THE SECOND SIGN – STUDY
Dynamic Catholics are continuous learners.
On average Dynamic Catholics spend fourteen minutes each day learning more about the faith. They see themselves as students of Jesus and his Church, and proactively make an effort to allow his teaching to form them. Jesus doesn’t just want followers. He wants disciples. To be a Christian disciple begins by sitting at the feet of Christ to learn. They are hungry to learn more about faith. They are continuous learners.
- THE THIRD SIGN – GENEROSITY
Dynamic Catholics are generous.
Dynamic Catholics are filled with a spirit of service and are generous stewards of their time, talent, and treasure.
- THE FOURTH SIGN – EVANGELIZATION
Dynamic Catholics invite others to grow spiritually by sharing the love of God with them.