Two Free Sunday Facebook Posts

by Sr. Susan Wolf, SND on July 18, 2017

in Facebook, Susan Wolf, Video

What can you do if you do not have the time and resources to create Sunday Facebook Posts every week? Until now there was not much you could do. But I have an offer to make. For the past several years, I have been creating Sunday Facebook Posts for my client parishes and I am […]

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Sunday Facebook Posts

by Sr. Susan Wolf, SND on June 27, 2017

in Catholic evangelization, Facebook, parish, social media, Susan Wolf

The mission of every Christian activity, including a parish Facebook Page, is to proclaim the message of Jesus Christ. If the proclamation is genuine, it is done consistently. Any number of methodologies can be used including sharing faith-based posts by various Catholic ministries, the USCCB, the Vatican, the diocese and other parishes. But if you […]

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Friending God-Book Review

by Sr. Susan Wolf, SND on June 20, 2017

in Catholic evangelization, Pope Francis, technology, WWW

“We the people of the 21st century are creatures of the World Wide Web, always online, always connected, always communicating. And we—like all others throughout history—have created this technology in our own image, which gives this creation of ours a spiritual dimension as well.” With these words Jesuit Antonio Spadaro, editor of “La Civilta Cattolica,” […]

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Improve Your Online Safety Today

by Sr. Susan Wolf, SND on June 13, 2017

in Online Presence

Online safety is only as strong as its weakest link is a statement I see often in articles about the topic. With so much of our lives online today, we need to be vigilant and pro-active about our security online. And we cannot just think because we “took care of that” last year or five […]

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Schedule Your Summer Time Facebook Page Posts in Advance

by Sr. Susan Wolf, SND on June 6, 2017

in Facebook

Those who are on a school schedule or who have family members on a school schedule are in the process of “switching gears.” The school routine disappears and usually a less structured and more varied schedule begins. Hopefully, there is more time and opportunity to spend with family and friends, enjoying their company, engaging in […]

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Scripture accounts of the Ascension of the Lord, tell us that before Jesus ascended into heaven he gave his disciples and all who would come after them a simple and far-reaching mission: “Go, therefore, and make disciples of all nations.” (Matthew 20:19) He also assured them and us with this promise: “Know that I am […]

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