Online Presence

The fourth challenge that comes to Pastoral Ministry in this digital age according to Antonio Spadaro, SJ, in his book, Friending God: Social Media, Spirituality and Community is to be neighborly rather than spreaders of propaganda (Page 65).

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The third challenge that comes to Pastoral Ministry in this digital age according to Antonio Spardaro, SJ in his book, Friending God: Social Media, Spirituality and Community is: Pastoral ministry in the digital age is [needs to be] “a ministry of witness rather than a ministry of transmission.” Page 65

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The second challenge that comes to Pastoral Ministry in this digital age according to Antonio Spardaro, SJ in his book, Friending God: Social Media, Spirituality and Community is: Pastoral ministry in the digital age is [needs to be] “a ministry centered around people rather than a ministry focused on content.” Page 65

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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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How to Create a YouTube Account and Channel

by Sr. Susan Wolf, SND on January 31, 2017

in Online Presence, social media, YouTube

If you have created one or more videos for your ministry website or Facebook page or other social media sites, set up a YouTube account and upload them if you have not already done so. As you create more videos, you will have a place to post them immediately. YouTube is the second largest search […]

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Joy in Heaven

by Sr. Susan Wolf, SND on November 29, 2016

in Online Presence, parish, social media, website

Advent has just begun and while we are praying, watching and waiting to celebrate the coming of Christ, we are making and finalizing plans for Christmas. It is a busy time of year at work and at home. Even though the liturgical celebration extends through the Christmas season, Christmas Day is the main event.

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