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Connecting with Young Adults on Social Media

by Sr. Susan Wolf, SND on November 14, 2017

in Catholic, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter

One of the most talked about topics in the Church today is young adult Catholics. Where are they when it comes to Church? Where are they when it comes to the practice of their faith? As we watch our active church members age, we know that the younger generations are not with us in large […]

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Social Action on Social Media

by Sr. Susan Wolf, SND on March 7, 2017

in Facebook, social media, Twitter

It is not unusual these days to find oneself with a group of friends, family members, colleagues, even casual acquaintances, when the conversation turns to hot-button or controversial topics whether they be political or religious. That’s when you know why the adage  “You should never talk about religion or politics.” came to be. It can […]

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What is a GIF?

by Sr. Susan Wolf, SND on February 14, 2017

in Facebook, social media, Twitter, website

If you want to add a little more life to your Facebook Pages and Tweets, you may want to look at GIFS.  What is a GIF (pronounced either with a soft g as in “jif” or with a hard g as in gift)?  GIF is an acronym for Graphics Interchange Format.  It is a file […]

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Videos with a Purpose

by Sr. Susan Wolf, SND on September 13, 2016

in Facebook, Twitter, Uncategorized, Video, website

Videos are becoming more popular on websites and social media every day. What about ministry sites?  How can we use videos to inspire, educate, invite our followers to grow in their faith, participate in activities, or share the story of our parish, diocese, religious community or organization? These are videos with a purpose and they […]

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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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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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