My “dream” is explained in the two following books: Nuova evangelizzazione e comunione primaria in parrocchia and Comunione carismatica in parrocchia.
Everyone knows what are human love, friendship, Christian communion, holiness, etc.; but then, if one checks, only 5 to 10% really know. As one who knows of the existence of Florence, but is not reflexive nor familiar with it, and becomes aware of this the first time he travels to Florence without the navigator.
It is impressive the little reflection on Christian communion made by bishops and priests . They ignore that everyone has a primary membership outside the Church and that this membership prevents them from seizing the catechetical exhortations in life. They do not know that the Church can have primary membership but only socio-sacral membership. They do not know that there is an abysmal difference between a socio-religious affiliation and a charismatic primary affiliation (that of Pentecost with the new commandment), and above all, that it is necessary to promote a real path, even with few, as a beginning, Choice of the sequel of Jesus in primary communion with the brothers. And yet it is not enough: there is a need for reflection on how to set a path of holiness and how to carry it forward so that the institution and responsibility of the pastors does not choke the communion and the primacy of the person.
In almost all of my books, I stress the problem of the underlying paradigm in which everyone moves, but I can say that, in facts, it is hard to find someone who becomes enough aware of it.
We are all part of a primary context of belonging, but virtually no one is sufficiently aware of it. Just like the fish that see rocks and algae, small fish to eat and big fish to avoid, but they do not see the water!
This is the first reflection. Hence the possibility of a more constructive dialogue with relativistic “churches” that now infest the Western world. We have been fighting Protestantism for four hundred years. Then it was understood that people and their social belonging must be respected: hence ecumenism was born.
New evangelization requires that everyone is persuaded to think without reason but with the heart, always in defense of a personal image of power within a primary belonging, which can be an ideological party, a meaningful social network, a sect or a religious community, a group of peers among young people, etc.. Political correctness is dictated by the need for consensus within a primary social group (from which to draw a sense of life).