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Western Region conducts Seminar on Social Media in Mumbai
Mumbai (www.donboscoindia.org) - Western Region organized a Media Seminar for Catholic Youth on the Sunday, 9 February 2014   at St. Paul`s Provincial House, Bandra, Mumbai. The theme of the Seminar was ``Social Media for Mission Outreach``.View actual sizeSocial Media is surely one of the most powerful tools in today`s 21st fast running century. It is so essential and has become indispensable in the life of every young person. It is rightly said that young people are the WTF generation, don`t get me wrong, it is `Wikepidia` `Twitter` and `Facebook` generation. The Media Seminar was attended by young people who came…
New Delhi (mattersindia.com) The Society of Paul and Catholic Bishops’ Conference of India Office for Social Communication are jointly organizing a national seminar on media after a decade in New Delhi The February 21-11 seminar on “Envisioning Media 2025” is primarily for bishops, priests, religious, communication directors and students of theology and communication studies who play a key role in providing leadership in the Church, said St Paul Father Joe Eruppakkatt, the convener. The seminar will be held at Don Bosco Centre, Okhla, and Teen Murti Bhavan near Chanakyapuri. The seminar marks the centenary of the founding of the Society…
Institutional Communicators from the world gather in Rome from 28 to 30 April
ROME, FEB 18, 2014, - Over 300 communicators involved in various ways in Offices of ecclesial institutions throughout the world are expected in Rome from 28 to 30 April - close to the canonization of Blessed John XXIII and John Paul II -, to participate at the IX Professional Seminar promoted as usual by the School of Institutional Communications of the Pontifical University of the Holy Cross. The theme this year, Creative strategies for promoting cultural change, fits well with Pope Francis' concluding words in his Message for the next World Day of Social Communications: "The revolution taking place in…
"Mass Explained" became the first app to receive an "imprimatur" from Miami Archbishop
MIAMI (CNS) -- Want to learn more about the Mass? As the ad says, there's an "app" for that. And what an app! Called "Mass Explained," it was created by a local Catholic, Dan Gonzalez, who made it completely interactive, with pictures, sounds and links to the Catechism of the Catholic Church, church documents and much more. Want to hear the Jewish blessing that precedes the breaking of bread, a blessing that finds echoes in the first prayer said by the priest during the Liturgy of the Eucharist? Touch the link on the app. Or spin a 3-D image of…




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