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New App Asks Users to Pray for Pope Francis... Using His Voice
Last edited 23rd June 2014

Since his election, Pope Francis makes the same request to every person he meets no matter where he goes: 'Pray for me.' A new app for smartphones wants to honor Pope Francis' petition, and get as many people as possible to pray for him.


A Message from Fr. Thomas Rosica for Xt3's 6th Birthday
Last edited 12th June 2014

To mark Xt3's 6th birthday on 12 June 2014, Fr. Thomas Rosica from Salt + Light TV sent a message celebrating the use of this media outlet to serve the Church. We would also like to thank Fr. Thomas Rosica and Salt + Light TV for their very generous support over the years. Below the full text of the message...

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A Message from Rabbi Jeremy Lawrence for Xt3's 6th Birthday
Last edited 12th June 2014

To mark Xt3's 6th birthday on 12 June 2014, Rabbi Jeremy Lawrence from The Great Synagogue Sydney sent a heartfelt message thanking Xt3 for it's efforts to serve God through social media. Below the full text of the message...

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Happy 6th Birthday Xt3.com!
Last edited 12th June 2014

On 12 June 2008, Xt3.com was launched as an initiative for World Youth Day in Sydney. 6 years later, Xt3 is still growing! We would like to thank you all for being part of the Xt3 journey.

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10th National eConference - Tune in LIVE Today!
Last edited 11th June 2014

Xt3.com is very excited to be tuning into the Australia's 10th National eConference, hosted by the Australian Catholic Bishops Conference and the Broken Bay Institute.

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When The Game Stands Tall - Official Trailer for the drama movie inspired by a true story and directed by Thomas Carter.
Last edited 27th May 2014

The journey of legendary football coach Bob Ladouceur (Jim Caviezel), who took the De La Salle High School Spartans from obscurity to a 151-game winning streak that shattered all records for any American sport.


Christians Must Welcome New Media in Spreading the Gospel to the Ends of the Earth
Last edited 27th May 2014

Many people say that it was a four-minute speech which led to the election of Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio as pope. In his pre-conclave speech to the other cardinals, he used the image of Jesus standing at the door and knocking. But he turned the image around. “Obviously, the text refers to his knocking from the outside in order to enter but I think about the times in which Jesus knocks from within so that we will let him come out.

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Film by Mauritanian director wins Ecumenical Jury Prize at Cannes Film Festival
Last edited 27th May 2014

A film about the imposition of a totalitarian form of Islam on a village in Mali has won the prize of the Ecumenical Jury at the Cannes Film Festival in France. Timbuktu, directed by Abderrahmane Sissako, a filmmaker from Mauritania, tells the story of how local people resist the arrival of extremists who want to restrict women's liberty and to outlaw music and football.

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How Wikipedia Can Turn Fiction Into Fact
Last edited 26th May 2014

Entire fictional scenarios can be created that are difficult to confute because they appear to be well-sourced via constant repetition. Fictional histories far more sophisticated than the painting depicted above could discredit a candidate for public office or libel a group of people. Like photoshopping—it was always there in principle, but never so easy. If the Wikipedians themselves don’t take this more seriously, the rest of us had better. My own practice is never to use Wikipedia as a source for factual information without checking it with another, non-crowd source. Here is a story about some other questionable Wikipedia entries.


Catholic Talk Blog: Take the #TrueEncounter Challenge
Last edited 16th May 2014

On Sunday, 25 May 2014, Australian Catholics will be celebrating World Communications Day. The theme for this year’s World Communications Day is Communication at the Service of an Authentic Culture of Encounter.

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