Last week, I asked whether we as a Church in the U.S. are taking advantage of the web (now 25 years old) for evangelization and catechesis. Some of us are, some of us are not. I also pointed out that not every Catholic presence online is a quality presence. It is simply not enough to […]
Most of us in the Church have moved on from rotary phones, but we know people who who resist, even oppose, using the Web for ministry. We have heard the reasons: no time, no interest, technically challenged, playing it safe, and so on. We can listen respectfully to their reasons. There is no point in […]
This year marks the 25th anniversary of the creation of the World Wide Web. When we look at how much a part of our lives it is and how it has impacted our world so dramatically, it seems much older, at least to me.
Fr. Robert Barron is one of the most well-known, respected and articulate advocates of the New Evangelization. On March 15, 2014 he spoke at the Los Angeles Religious Education Congress on “Hope to Set the World Afire.” In his talk he offered 7 keys to implementing the New Evangelization.
Video is an excellent platform to get our message to large groups of people. Last week the Paulist Center in Boston released this video as part of their Lenten outreach.
If you are not involved in website design or managing a website on a daily basis, you may not be aware of the changes taking place in website design due to the increased use of mobile devices. However, if you are thinking about creating a new ministry website or updating your current one, you may […]