Welcome to the Witness to Love Foundation

The Love of God Incarnate in Christ. The Witness of Love incarnate in us.

The Lord Jesus Christ has called us his friends and family members. He has revealed to us the plan of Our Father perfectly fulfilled in the Savior's life, death and resurrection; that all may be one in him. He has sent us out in this communion of love into the world as his witnesses (cf. John 17:18-25, RSV-C). The Witness to Love Foundation is thus named after the witness of love given to humanity by Jesus Christ, a witness to divine love which we are all called to imitate. "This is my commandment, that you love one another as I have loved you. Greater love has no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends" (cf. John 15:12-13, RSV-C).

The Witness to Love Foundation (WtL Foundation) stands as a ready partner in fulfilling the mission of Christ in the third millennium, working within the Catholic Church and in particular relationship with IAMNE the Foundation serves as a stabilizing platform for the ongoing spiritual formation and outreach work of the members of the International Association of the Missionaries of the New Evangelization. The WtL Foundation seeks to provide practical support for the charitable initiatives of the members of the International Association of the Missionaries of the New Evangelization with specific interest shown toward areas of outreach which involve the integral development of individual persons and the common good at the local levels of community life (accomplished in a person to person manner), Catholic apostolates, missionaries, Catholic agencies and missionary organizations and Catholic churches as well as Catholic cultural development, Christian catechesis, life issues, infant and children's welfare, and health and human services. In these key areas the Witness to Love Foundation seeks to support the members of the Church in their "renewed efforts to meet the challenges which today's society and cultures, in view of the significant changes taking place, are posing to the Christian faith, its proclamation and its witness. In facing these challenges, the Church does not give up or retreat into herself; instead, she undertakes a project to revitalize herself. She makes the Person of Jesus Christ and a personal encounter with him central to her thinking, knowing that he will give his Spirit and provide the force to announce and proclaim the Gospel in new ways which can speak to today’s cultures" (Lineamenta for 2012 Synod on the New Evangelization, no. 5).