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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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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November and December are full of opportunities to use websites and social media to evangelize and catechize, to uplift and inspire our viewers and followers. If we plan our website and social media content for the events that are coming, we will have done our visitors and followers a service and raised the quality of […]

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Photos that You Post

by Sr. Susan Wolf, SND on October 11, 2016

in Facebook, parish, Photography, social media, Uncategorized

Photos, good photos, draw people into your website and your social media posts. They are essential to effective online ministry. I hesitate to say this, because it sounds like I am adding one more thing to an already long list of to-dos, but taking photos or finding someone to take photos is part of online […]

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After all the preparation and work involved in the development of a new parish website, launch day brings a great sense of accomplishment.  “We did it!  Congratulations! Now what?”

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This series has focused on the importance of strategic planning in creating a website that will represent effectively the gifts and positive qualities of the parish community and serve as a welcoming and ministry-focused presence on the Internet. It takes time and effort, but your parish community and all those it serves deserve and appreciate […]

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