An evangelized person is someone deeply touched by the good news (euangel- in Greek) known in Christ Jesus. The goal of all evangelization is to help those living without the good news know the fullness of life Christ said he came to bring. The good news is the joy, fulfillment, challenge to grow, the peace beyond understanding, the comfort, the counsel, the call to help those in need and the billions of blessings we experience because Christ is the center of our lives. Catholics have a special commission to evangelize non-practicing Catholics, the baptized but unchurched, and those alienated from the Church for whatever reason. We are called to reach out to those living without the light of the world, Jesus. The laity are particularly charged with this work because they have so many opportunities in daily life. Evangelization is simply sharing our story (witness) within trusting relationships, with those to whom our experiences and stories matter, as theirs matter to us. When our lives revolve around our relationship with Christ, that relationship influences everything we do and are. We share our experience of Christ within trusting relationships as naturally as we would talk about any important person in our lives. Who will you share your story with?