• What is the goal of evangelization?
  • What is true conversion?
  • What (not) to do to change the world?

According to the Church's teaching, evangelization is the task of every Christian. However, it is not uncommon to hear the reproach that Catholics avoid evangelization and often do not even tell their friends why it is important to believe in Jesus and live according to his teachings. Many non-believers thus see the Church mainly through its teachings on sexual morality, which they nevertheless consider discriminatory, especially against people of minority sexual identities. In this discussion, we seek guidance on how to effectively and clearly proclaim the truth with love.

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Simultaneous interpretation will be provided for this event.


Kimberly Hahn

Kimberly Hahn has been married to Scott since 1979. She earned Master of Arts in Theological Studies at the same school as he did. They have six children and nineteen grandchildren. She homeschooled her children for 26 years.

Kimberly became a Catholic at the Easter Vigil in 1990 after a difficult struggle during the four years following Scott's entrance into the Catholic Church. Together with Scott, she completed a book about their journey into the Catholic Church called Rome Sweet Home: Our Journey to Catholicism, which has been translated into more than twenty languages.

Her podcast, Beloved and Blessed, based on the wisdom of Scripture, especially Proverbs 31, speaks to the desires and strengths of women in all walks of life.


Scott Hahn

Scott Hahn is an American Catholic theologian and apologist, member of Opus Dei, and former pastor of the Presbyterian Church. He wrote Our Journey to the Catholic Church (Rome Sweet Home) about his conversion. Hahn is particularly interested in early Christianity and the Church Fathers. He is often referred to by the nickname "Luther Upside Down" because his conversion to Catholicism was followed by a larger number of Presbyterian pastors and Bible scholars.


Fr. Thomas Joseph White

Father Thomas Joseph White is Rector of the Pontifical University of St. Thomas (Angelicum) in Rome. He is the author of several books and articles, including The Trinity: On the Nature and Mystery of the One God, Wisdom in the Face of Modernity: A Study in Thomistic Natural Theology, The Incarnate Lord, A Thomistic Study in Christology, The Light of Christ: An Introduction to Catholicism, and others. He is co-editor of Nova et Vetera, a Distinguished Scholar of the McDonald Agape Foundation, and a member of the Pontifical Academy of St. Thomas Aquinas.

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Milena Olšovská

Milena is working as a Vice-Rector at the Anton Neuwirth College. She studied architecture at Oxford, where she also became a member of the lay movement Catholic Voices, whose vision is to communicate the faith of the Catholic Church with love and clarity.