Catholic evangelization

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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In his message for the 51st World Communications Day (May 28, 2017), Pope Francis challenged the media to share good news storylines that will communicate hope and trust to their readers. He said that hope and trust are remedies for the fear, malaise, and anxiety that many people in our society feel today. How do […]

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  Yesterday, July 25, pilgrims from all over the world arrived in Krakow, Poland for World Youth Day which opens today and concludes with a Mass celebrated by Pope Francis on Sunday, July 31.  More than 30,000 pilgrims along with 85 bishops from the U.S. are there.

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A new year needs new ideas. I started to blog at Catholic Web Solutions in August 2010 to help people in ministry create websites and use social media to carry out their ministries more effectively. The expectations of people who come to our websites and read our social media posts have grown over the past […]

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Parish websites are evolving. We are re-thinking their mission. We are becoming much more attuned to our audiences and our messages. We are thinking more and more about the evangelizing potential of the parish website.

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