022: The Secrets of Fruitful Evangelization at Home and Beyond with Patrick Sullivan

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Patrick Sullivan is an author, speaker, educator, and founder of Evango, a Catholic media organization that inspires the baptized to go out into the world and evangelize. Patrick holds degrees in Literature, Education, and has a Masters of Divinity. He has authored multiple books, including the very popular title, “Dare to Be an Evangelist.” Patrick travels internationally, speaking at Catholic events, parenting conferences, and leads parish renewal missions. He has spoken at events hosted by Serviam Ministries, Campaign Life Coalition, and at the New Evangelization Summit. He has also appeared on numerous media platforms, including EWTN, Shalom World Tv, and Salt + Light Television. Patrick is the proud husband to Kyla, and a father of nine.

Patrick, his family, and the Evango team serve as missionaries for Christ and evangelists to all with whom they come in contact.  In this episode, Patrick shares his story and some of the many hardships from his childhood.  As a teenager, God presented to him a fundamental question that ultimately changed his life.  This was the spring board to a life in service to God, family, and humanity.  Patrick generously answers questions like “how does one become an efficacious evangelist,” “how is it possible to make Catholic parenting easier,” and “what does it mean to have a family culture.”  

How to reach Patrick: 

Contact: media@evango.net

Website: https://evango.net/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/evango.net/

Youtube:  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyWaa_WWWKvXspnWfEGPS_Q

Instagram:  https://sopo.site/user/_evango

Twitter:  https://twitter.com/search?q=Evango_Sullivan

Patreon:  https://www.patreon.com/join/evango


“Me & My House” Catholic Parenting Program:  https://evango.net/house/
Dare to be an Evangelist Book:  https://evango.net/dare-to-be-an-evangelist/

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