The words of Jesus: „Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, (...) teaching them to obey all that I have commanded you” are still valid today, and in our world of globalization they are challenging for us at the conquest of the ideas of neoliberalism. This is all the more true if we are thinking of a new Europe challenged by the migration crisis. All of these, in particular, urge the importance of the religious education. Religious education can serve as a compass for a faithful Christian in our complex world calling for new and emerging issues. This should be directed not only to the love of God, but also to the appreciation of the fellow man, to the family as a value, to the church as a community, and to the society in which we live together with our fellow human beings who speak or think differently.
Religious, God-believing people constitute a value to the world as they do not destroy the future, but they build it, helping themselves as well, as they endure difficulties more easily than those who are not religious.