Making it Personal: Kerygma for the Human Person


“For by his innermost nature man is a social being, and unless he relates himself to others he can neither live nor develop his potential.” (Gaudium et Spes, Paragraph 12)

The kerygma – that which we believe – is for all of us collectively, but also for each individual human person. Fr Gerard Kelly discusses how we can work with the personal experience of others to proclaim objective truth.


The 5th CREDO Colloquium, entitled The Power of the Message: The Kerygma for the New Evangelisation, was organised by Sydney’s Catholic Renewal and Evangelisation Diocesan Office (CREDO), and held at the Catholic Centre in Lidcombe.

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