Costs Considerations in Refreshing Vulnerable IT Networks John Leahy Virtually all IT networks must deal with the growing threat of cybersecurity intrusion and yet retain sufficient features to meet mission needs. Many IT network components are close to, if not past, their end of life. This presentation will provide a high level view of alternatives analysis focused on the cost of a network refresh with secure, state of the art components. Topics include different approaches to network refresh and assessment of stakeholder interests.
Catechesis in the Church's mission of evangelization "Go into all the world; and preach the Gospel to the whole creation" Mk The missionary mandate of Jesus Jesus Christ, after his Resurrection together with the Father sent the Holy Spirit in order that he might accomplish from within the work of salvation and that he might animate his disciples to continue the mission to the whole world.
He was the first and supreme evangelizer. He proclaimed the Kingdom of God, 66 as the urgent and definitive intervention of God in history, and defined this proclamation "the Gospel", that is, the Good News.
To this Gospel, Jesus devoted his entire earthly life: This first part intends to define the proper character of catechesis. Its first chapter, with regard to theology, recalls briefly the concept of Revelation as set forth in the conciliar constitution Dei Verbum.
It determines in a specific manner the way in which the ministry of the word is to be conceived. The concepts word of God, Gospel, Kingdom of God, and Tradition, in this dogmatic constitution, are fundamental to the meaning of catechesis.
Together with these, the concept of evangelization is an indispensable point of reference for catechesis. The same dynamic is presented with new and profound precision in the Apostolic Exhortation Evangelii Nuntiandi.
The second chapter situates catechesis within the context of evangelization and relates it to other forms of the ministry of the word of God. Thanks to this rapport one more easily discovers the proper character of catechesis. The third chapter presents a more direct analysis of catechesis in itself: The term catechesis has undergone a semantic evolution during the twenty centuries of the Church's history.
In this Directory the concept of catechesis takes its inspiration from the post-conciliar Magisterial documents, principally from Evangelii Nuntiandi, Catechesi Tradendae and Redemptoris Missio. The concept of catechesis which one has, profoundly conditions the selection and organization of its contents cognitive, experiential, behaviouralidentifies those to whom it is addressed and defines the pedagogy to be employed in accomplishing its objectives.
The revelation of God's providential plan God truly reveals himself as one who desires to communicate himself, making the human person a participant in his divine nature. The "providential plan" 75 of the Father, fully revealed in Jesus Christ, is realized by the power of the Holy Spirit.
God, in his greatness, uses a pedagogy 82 to reveal himself to the human person: God, in fact, operates in such a manner that man comes to knowledge of his salvific plan by means of the events of salvation history and the inspired words which accompany and explain them.
Evangelization too which transmits Revelation to the world, is also brought about in words and deeds. It is at once testimony and proclamation, word and sacrament, teaching and task.
Catechesis, for its part, transmits the words and deeds of Revelation; it is obliged to proclaim and narrate them and, at the same time, to make clear the profound mysteries they contain.
Moreover, since Revelation is a source of light for the human person, catechesis not only recalls the marvels worked by God in the past, but also, in the light of the same Revelation, it interprets the signs of the times and the present life of man, since it is in these that the plan of God for the salvation of the world is realized.
God revealed himself progressively to man, through the prophets and through salvific events, until he brought to completion his self-revelation by sending his own Son: He is, therefore, the final event towards which all the events of salvation history converge.
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