There is a real need to share your faith in Jesus Christ
The rector of St. Andrew’s Cathedral in Scotland told of two men who were business partners. The first man attended church but the second did not. They met one Sunday morning when one was going to church and the other was going to play golf.
“Good morning”, the golfer greeted the man on his way to church. “When are you going to give up all this hypocrisy about religion and churchgoing?”
“I don’t understand what you mean,” said the other.
“I mean just what I say. When are you going to give up this hypocrisy?”
Much offended, his partner answered, “What right have you to call my religion
“Well,” said the golfer, “we have been partners for twenty years. We’ve met and talked together every day. Yet if what you profess to believe is true, you have never said one word to help me be anything different.”
Don’t let fear of what others may think stop you from sharing your belief in Christ. “If you are ashamed of Me before men, then I will not recognize you before My Father.”
Pray to be given the right moment and the right word to tell someone what Christ has done for you. You might say: “I have found something that helps me to live, something that brings joy into my life and I would like to share it with you.”
Christmas and Easter are good times to invite non-Catholics to go to Church with you.
If there is a question you can't answer these sites can help:
For life-long or beginning Catholics
Ask a Catholic
Invite them to attend church with you. They may be looking for an invitation, but are afraid to ask.
If you believe that Christ is the Way, the Truth and the Light then share your belief with others.
The Church has a wonderful inquiry program for those who want to learn more about the Catholic faith.
Your local church can tell you about
the RCIA program.
Pray that others come to know Jesus.