In a society that values secularization, religious indifference, moral and religious relativism, consumerism, and immorality, how do we as Catholics lead others to encounter Jesus Christ and live out this encounter through an active life in the Church that Jesus established? In this presentation, Matthew Pinto emphasizes the need both for the institutional Church as well as our individual members to embrace a new evangelizing attitude and an openness to new methods of evangelization. Matt speaks of immutable “postures of the heart and modalities in Church practice” that are essential if we are to be effective teachers, catechists, evangelists, and pastoral leaders. His comments are rooted in the practical, even while unpacking rich theological concepts. Matt draws on Church teaching, personal experience, and examples of successful Catholic leaders in the Church today.