In June, I wrote a book review of “Friending God: Social Media, Spirituality and Community” by Antonio Spadaro, SJ. I promised to follow up with a discussion of some of the insights offered in the book. That discussion starts today with this blog.  Please engage in this discussion with your own thoughts and ideas by […]

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Must Have Ministry Photos

by Sr. Susan Wolf, SND on April 25, 2017

in Facebook, ministry, Photography, website

One of the best things you can do for your website and social media ministry is to take and save good photos all year round. You will be amazed how many times those photos will allow you to create a great Facebook post or convey the perfect message on your website or in a video […]

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Facebook Content Matters

by Sr. Susan Wolf, SND on December 6, 2016

in Facebook, ministry

One of my first assignments as a Director of Religious Education many, many years ago took me to a parish where the pastor informed me that I would not have to worry about the high school religious education program other than be sure the room was set up, take attendance and order the pizza. He […]

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I have used the hashtags #NoMoreViolence #PrayforPeace too many times in the past few weeks.  It seems we cannot go more than a few days before we are confronted with another terrorist attack, killings and more recently attacks on our police officers.

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Web Presence as Ministry

by Sr. Susan Wolf, SND on September 15, 2015

in ministry, New Evangelization, social media, website

During the weeks since my last blog I had two very enjoyable opportunities to share my passion for an evangelizing use of websites and social media with others.  I am writing about them today

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Why Bother with Facebook?

by Sr. Susan Wolf, SND on May 26, 2015

in Catholic, Facebook, ministry

If you manage a Facebook Page for your ministry or organization, you may consider it a tedious task, an annoying responsibility you wish you could pass on to someone else, or just a waste of time. But someone expects you to do it, so you do. It could be your pastor or boss, your co-workers, […]

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