This is particularly true for all Priests, Brothers, and Sisters of the Asia-Pacific Region. The pastoral ministers of tomorrow must evangelise through a familiarity in and involvement with, the many local cultures which are characteristic of the Asia-Pacific region. In this way, shared beliefs and values are celebrated and communicated in the wider church community through both the church’s central Mission as expressed in the practice of diocesan priestly ministry and through the unique special chasms of its many religious orders. Such ministry is undertaken through an ever-widening network of relationships, which necessitate a very professional level of knowledge. Such knowledge and relationships require a modern day set of language and communication skills, incorporating an essential need for English language usage, at both a personal and a professional level.