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Cause for Venerable Sheen’s Beatification moves to next step
Peoria (www.archbishopsheencause.org) — The Most Reverend Daniel R. Jenky, CSC, Bishop of Peoria and President of the Archbishop Fulton Sheen Foundation, received word today that the seven-member theological commission who advise the Congregation of the Causes of Saints at the Vatican unanimously agreed that a reported miracle should be attributed to the intercession of the Venerable Servant of God Archbishop Fulton Sheen. The case involved a stillborn baby born in September 2010. For over an hour the child demonstrated no signs of life as medical professionals attempted every possible life saving procedure, while the child’s parents and loved ones began…
Archbishop Mpundu Asks Catholic Communicators to Bring People to Christ
Zambia (ZEC Communications) - The Archbishop of Lusaka, His Grace Telephor Mpundu has asked the Catholic Communicators that they must have an intention of bringing people to Christ while exercising their duties. Speaking at the farewell of the Zambia Episcopal Conference (ZEC) spokesperson and Catholic Media Services Executive Director Fr Paul Samasumo, Archbishop Mpundu emphasized the need of Catholic to communicators to communicate the love of God. “Communicate the Love of God, and Love for one another. As communicators like what we read from the Gospel of John 1 verse1, Jesus was God’s communication of love for mankind” he said.…
Kenyan Catholic Media Practitioners Urged to be the Alternative Voice of the Church
Kenya (Waumini Communications KCCB) - Catholic Media Practitioners have urged to be the Alternative Voice of the Church in order to bring changes in the society in accordance with the Gospel values. Addressing Communication Coordinators and Radio personalities from all Kenyan Dioceses at Ukweli Pastoral Centre Kisumu, the Chairman of Kenya Conference of Catholic Bishops (KCCB) - Commission for Social Communications, Rt. Rev Martin Kivuva, called on Catholic journalists to shape the nation by being the alternative voice. Bishop Kivuva urged the communicators to encourage Kenyans to be good since it is the business of the Catholic media to bring…
National Catholic media conference coming to Charlotte. Arch. Celli will be there.
Charlotte (Catholic News Herald) - Local Catholics interested in learning more about the media are invited to attend the annual Catholic Media Conference, the premier educational and networking event featuring the best of the best in Catholic media. This year's conference, set for June 18-20 at the Sheraton Charlotte Hotel, is being hosted by the Diocese of Charlotte and its news outlet, the Catholic News Herald. Conference-goers will learn from the industry's top professionals about what's new and trending in social media, digital and print journalism, and advertising. The conference will open June 18 with Mass celebrated by Bishop Peter…
Covering Catholicism in the Age of Francis. Seminar in Rome for Journalist Covering the Catholic Church. September 8-14
SEMINAR IN ROME FOR JOURNALISTS COVERING THE CATHOLIC CHURCH Organized by the Pontifical University of the Holy Cross ROME. - In September 2014, the School of Church Communications at Rome’s Pontifical University of the Holy Cross offers the fourth edition of its week-long seminar designed to equip journalists with the tools to enhance their coverage of today’s Roman Catholic Church. The seminar, entitled “The Church Up Close: Covering Catholicism in the Age of Francis,” will take place in Rome from September 8 to September 14, 2014. Conducted in English, the seminar is open to all working journalists, but the number…




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