INSTITUTE FOR WORLD EVANGELISATION (ICPE MISSION)

  • Esther Fong ICPE Mission
Keywords: EVANGELISATION, ICPE MISSION

Abstract

The Institute for World Evangelisation (ICPE Mission) was founded
in Malta by a couple, Mario and Anna Cappello in 1985 as a response
to the late Pope John Paul II’s call for a new evangelisation.
This journey began in 1978 when Mario Cappello felt the Lord’s call
to gather Catholics together as a community to evangelise. This call
was shared with the Catholic Charismatic Renewal of Malta in
October 1979. Following the first Evangelisation Course organized by
the Renewal and led by Mario, a group of people came together to
form a community on 8th December 1979. The community began to
meet in different homes for praise and worship, formation and
evangelistic outreaches and was soon growing in numbers. Over
time, the particular call of the community to Worship and
Evangelisation became clear even as the Lord was pointing it to the
international dimension it would have.

Author Biography

Esther Fong, ICPE Mission

Esther Fong (Singapore): A member of the ICPE Mission since 1988, graduated
(Law) from Cambridge University in England and worked as a lawyer in Singapore
till she joined the ICPE Mission as a full time lay missionary (1988). Later, she
obtained her MA in theology from USA. At present, she is serving as director of the
ICPE Mission in the Philippines and is a member of the ICPE Executive Council. Email:
estherfong@gmail.com

Published
2010-12-31
How to Cite
Fong, E. (2010). INSTITUTE FOR WORLD EVANGELISATION (ICPE MISSION). Asian Horizons, 4(02), 287-291. Retrieved from http://dvkjournals.in/index.php/ah/article/view/2679