Set the stage for effective evangelization

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  1. Tips #5 and 8 are the most important parts of your list, I think. I greet before Mass, and I always stay until after the Gloria (or the first reading during Lent and Advent). I also believe strongly in “reverse greeting.” You welcomed them warmly, so why wouldn’t you wish them a good week as well? That might even be just the opportunity seekers need to ask someone about starting the RCIA process.

    Tip #8 is a fantastic point in the argument for use of not-so-new media in the new evangelization. Anyone should be able to find Mass times, confession times, and a phone number and generic email address on the first page of your parish website. I’ll admit that ours needs work, but at least we try.

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