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Kiko Argüello from the Neocatecumenal Way talks about plans for the Year of Faith

KIKO ARGí?ELLO

Initiator, Neocatechumenal Way 

"The goal is to spread the Gospel. During Lent we will directly go out to the streets of Madrid to evangelize, maybe even in schools. We are working on a plan with Cardenal Rouco, named 'Mision Madrid,'as part of the evangelization process." 

When it comes to evangelizing, he says the first step is to actually understand what it means to be a Christian. 

KIKO ARGí?ELLO

Initiator, Neocatechumenal Way 

"We are excited about the Year of Faith, because we think that the biggest challenge is actually discovering faith. The bottom line is, what does it mean to be a Christian in today's world?"

The Neocatechumenal Way began in Spain in 1960's. Currently it has a presence in 103 countries, including 6,000 parishes. It also has about 1500 seminarians and runs 81 seminaries. 

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