Back in early September, John and Lauri Przybysz of Severna Park, Md., and other representatives of the Christian Family Movement were invited to make a presentation to the Pontifical Council for the Family, which is headed by Italian Cardinal Ennio Antonelli.
What they told the international gathering was that Christian families are called to participate in the evangelization of society, according to a story in The Message, newspaper of the Diocese of Evansville, Ind., by editor Paul R. Leingang.
“We agree with Cardinal Antonelli that the family can be more than an object of evangelization. The family can be an active agent of evangelization,” said the Maryland couple.
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