At present, the press, the cinema and the radio are the most pressing, rapid and effective means of Catholic apostolate. It may be that the future holds other, even better, means. But for the present it seems that the heart of the apostle can desire no better means for giving God to people and people to God. May it please the Divine Master, through the intercession of the Apostle Saint Paul, to raise up a host of generous people who will direct the whole of their activity - prayer, work, sacrifice and daring - to these three noble forms of apostolate, setting as their goal Redemption's own goal: "Gloria Deo, pax hominibus."1
1 * "Glory to God and peace among men": cf. Lk 2:14.