An overall glance at the index of Evangelii Gaudium (pdf here).
I. A JOY EVER NEW, A JOY WHICH IS SHARED [2-8]
II. THE DELIGHTFUL AND COMFORTING JOY OF EVANGELIZING [9-13]
III. THE NEW EVANGELIZATION FOR THE TRANSMISSION OF THE FAITH [14-18]
CHAPTER ONE, THE CHURCH’S MISSIONARY TRANSFORMATION 
I. A CHURCH WHICH GOES FORTH [20-24]
II. PASTORAL ACTIVITY AND CONVERSION [25-33]
III. FROM THE HEART OF THE GOSPEL [34-39]
IV. A MISSION EMBODIED WITHIN HUMAN LIMITS [40-45]
V. A MOTHER WITH AN OPEN HEART [46-49]
CHAPTER TWO, AMID THE CRISIS OF COMMUNAL COMMITMENT [50-51]
I. SOME CHALLENGES OF TODAY’S WORLD [52-75]
II. TEMPTATIONS FACED BY PASTORAL WORKERS [76-109]
CHAPTER THREE, THE PROCLAMATION OF THE GOSPEL 
I. THE ENTIRE PEOPLE OF GOD PROCLAIMS THE GOSPEL [111-134]
II. THE HOMILY [135-144]
III. PREPARING TO PREACH [145-159]
IV. EVANGELIZATION AND THE DEEPER UNDERSTANDING OF THE KERYGMA [160- 175]
CHAPTER FOUR, THE SOCIAL DIMENSION OF EVANGELIZATION 
I. COMMUNAL AND SOCIETAL REPERCUSSIONS OF THE KERYGMA [177-185]
II. THE INCLUSION OF THE POOR IN SOCIETY [186-216]
III. THE COMMON GOOD AND PEACE IN SOCIETY [217-237]
IV. SOCIAL DIALOGUE AS A CONTRIBUTION TO PEACE [238-258]
CHAPTER FIVE, SPIRIT-FILLED EVANGELIZERS [259-261]
I. REASONS FOR A RENEWED MISSIONARY IMPULSE [262-283]
II. MARY, MOTHER OF EVANGELIZATION [284-288]
1. THE JOY OF THE GOSPEL fills the hearts and lives of all who encounter Jesus. Those who accept his offer of salvation are set free from sin, sorrow, inner emptiness and loneliness. With Christ joy is constantly born anew. In this Exhortation I wish to encourage the Christian faithful to embark upon a new chapter of evangelization marked by this joy, while pointing out new paths for the Church’s journey in years to come.
Fortuitous that we move from the Year of Faith, from this concluding document spurring the Church to deeper evangelization, and of course, joy. And that we are entering into a most joyful cycle, the seasons of Advent and Christmas. A good start for this document, I think.
I wonder if “pointing out new paths for the Church’s journey” is a reference to Paul VI’s Ecclesiam Suam, given how often Francis has quoted the former pontiff.