Reasons why Catholics do not fully practice their faith
How do Catholics not fully practice their faith?
Catholics do no fully practice their faith due to many reasons. It can be due to lack of time, negative influences, or just not fully educated on their faith. Catholic practices can be seen as very intricate and difficult. With many sacraments and holy days of obligation a practicing catholic can be caught up in their spiritual and social life. As well as other reasons such as not agreeing with other parts of their faith or not believing fully. People also fall into sin which causes them to loose faith.
Sources: http://www.catholic.org/news/hf/faith/story.php?id=49496 and the Ave Maria press textbook
Apostles traveled to all parts of the known world to proclaim Christianity as stated in the book Acts of The Apostles. Jesus proclaimed the word of the Lord by fulfilling his mission and ministry by teaching and helping others. This was then passed on to the apostles so that they could do the same. Jesus traveled with his apostles so he could preach to the people of the land and he appointed petter to be the leader of the new church.
Peter- Jesus founded his church into Peter; Peters early ministry and leadership consisted mostly of power speeches around Jerusalem. He became a part of council of Jerusalem.
Paul- Paul was converted after Christ rising. Paul first preached in Damascus, Syria, traveled to Arabia, and then returned to Damascus where he stayed for three years.
Andrew- Evangelized Byzantium, appointed Stachys the first Bishop of Byzantium, and was crucified in Patras, Greece.
The role/mission of today's in light of the New Evangelization are 1) to proclaim the Gospel 2) worship as a community 3) to mature and prepare the believers to be able to perform works of ministry 4) to influence and represent the interests and influence our society with God ideals.
MissIon in the early church
The mission in the early church are 1) spread the good new of Jesus Christ the messiah 2) the new way of life for the people who know of the good news 3) integrates the new found believers into the newly found community
Early chUrch vs. today's church
The difference between the two is that the early church was more focused in creating this new group of believers and today's church they are trying to make it grow and straight.
What is a campaign?
A campaign is a presentation used to make a statement or point to a specific or general audience. It is mostly used in a political way, but it can also be used for schools and for companies. A multimedia campaign is a campaign that uses many media like ways to talk about a point. This could be via any website, app, newspaper, or magazine.
The main events in Jesus' commission and establishment was when he demonstrated the miracles of God. He healed a blind man and brought back a man from the dead. All these miracles explain why peoples should follow God. Since all of these teachings were spreading, the Catholic Church was established. In the Bible, it explains some of the teachings and messages Jesus taught his disciples.