The 'Rome Reports' News Agency, which is a great friend of Xt3.com, has received Spain's ¡Bravo! award for new techonolgy. Congratulations Rome Reports!
ZOO magazine has insulted Australia's first saint, Mary MacKillop, with a tacky "tribute" featuring a lingerie model wearing a nun's habit.
Anyone with an Internet connection will now be able to take a new look into the Biblical past through an online archive of high-resolution images of the 2,000-year-old Dead Sea Scrolls!
If Catholics want to evangelise online - we need to know the very latest trends in the online world. So what are the latest trends in the world of social media?
Christianity generally is massively under-regarded in Australia. More people go to church every Sunday than go to football, but the media coverage is hardly commensurate.
Mary MacKillop's canonisation is important for us, as Australians and for the Catholic Church. Through the generosity of Telstra, Xt3 will be able to send out through the world, live, while it's happening, the actual canonisation ceremony in Rome of Mary MacKillop. Watch the webcast on 17 October, 6:15pm (Sydney time) at http://vioca.st/marymackillop.
For the first time, the Vatican has held a conference for Catholic media professionals. Over four days, 230 journalists took part in discussions about the current challenges facing the Catholic press, its mission, its contribution to social dialogue and opportunities presented by new media.
Pope Benedict XVI has met with journalists from around the world who have participated in an international conference organized by the Vatican
Xt3's "Looking for Mary" Video Competition - 1st Place Winner By Kieran Williams
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