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Four Reasons Why Your Church Needs a Facebook Page

The Apostle Paul spent a lot of time in town squares, preaching the good news of Jesus Christ wherever he went. He spoke of becoming all things to all people, in order to win some to the cause of Christ. And we are each called to do the same. Facebook is the new town square […]

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Large-scale Catholic tech project launches at World Youth Day

Large-scale Catholic tech project launches at World Youth Day

During World Youth Day in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, the Diocese of Brooklyn launched the Pray with the Pope project—the first phase of a large scale technology campaign to get young adults to track prayer time and encourage others to do the same.

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How To Survive a Social Media Attack With Your Soul Intact

The past weekend our diocesan Facebook page came under attack after our bishop wrote about the spiritual implications of voting for intrinsic evil. Some of the posters engaged the substance of the arguments; some, while disrespectful, were at least not vulgar or obscene; and the rest made for the most soul-damaging work of my life. I […]

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Book Review: Prayer in the Digital Age

Book Review: Prayer in the Digital Age

It’s fair to say that modern society is steadily bombarded with noise. Outlets such as television, computers, smart phones, e-mail, video games and social media sites are overwhelmingly present in our day-to-day lives. Finding a healthy balance when maintaining our daily lives, religious lives, and online personas can prove difficult. Prayer in the Digital Age […]

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