Dynamic Catholics are continuous learners of the faith. They see themselves as students of Jesus and His Church, and proactively strive to allow their teachings to guide and form them.
Paul advises the Romans, “Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind.” (Romans 12:2) Continuous education renews the mind, fuels our spiritual development and helps us to discover who we truly are and the plan that God has for our lives. We must continuously grow in our understanding of the world to prevent conformance to the world. The Dynamic Catholic has a routine for Prayer and Study, and his capacity to seek, find, and adopt the truth is directly proportional to his humility.
The great majority of people who leave the Church have no idea about what they are leaving behind. The exodus is not necessarily an ignorance of doctrine, but an ignorance of application since most Catholics struggle to apply the Catholic perspective to their lives.