Join the Peoples of the World Praying For…

The Prayer Campaign of Evangelization 2033 strives to be in communication with thousands of contemplatives, communities, and. intercessory prayer groups around the world. Many have written and made commitments to offer sacrifices, prayers and even fasts.

Lay Intercessory Groups, Prayer Groups and Family / Neighborhood Christian Communities are encouraged to pray for the vision of Evangelization 2033. Weekly Eucharistic Vigils, Daily Rosaries, voluntary fasting or sacrifices may be offered for the various efforts of Evangelization 2033.

These efforts towards a worldwide preparation of all Christians to make Jesus known and loved would be fruitless without prayer support. The Prayer Campaign is the most vital of all preparation efforts

“How can we refuse to join such a holy work to celebrate Jubilee 2033 of Jesus to whom we have consecrated our lives? Even if we cannot preach… we can pray, morning and night, invoking the Lord for peace, conversions and mercy for the whole world.”
- A Contemplative Monastery


Choose the one(s) that suit(s) you:

  • Schedule 5 minutes daily prayer.
  • Pray before every meal.
  • Pray daily the Rosary for evangelization.
  • Pray 15 minutes before Mass.
  • Worship before the Blessed Sacrament.
  • Fast weekly; replacing meal time for prayer time.
  • Pray each morning for an opportunity to evangelize.
  • Gather 2 or more in Jesus’ name weekly & pray together.
  • Use family morning or night prayers.
  • Begin and end work praying for a colleague.


Jesus began early at the age of 12

The task of carrying the Good News of Jesus Christ to the ends of the earth has been ours for more than 2000 years.

Twenty one years cannot possibly be too long a period of time for making use of the best opportunity ever given us for carrying the Good News of Jesus Christ to the very end of the earth. AS any businessman, politician, inventor or great thinker will enthusiastically tell you that vitally important jobs always take longer to accomplish.

This task is the most important job ever assigned to anyone… “As the Father sent me so now I send you.” (Jn. 20:21)