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Archbishop Celli's Message for

Last edited 8th May 2015

Archbishop Claudio Maria Celli, President of the Pontifical Council for Social Communications, speaks to at the Australian Catholic Communications Congress!

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Create a Civilisation of Life

Last edited 16th April 2015

Some time ago, I contributed to a crowdfunding campaign which raised $2 million for the Gosnell movie.


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French Media Groups to hold Emergency Meeting After Isis Cyber-Attack

Last edited 13th April 2015

The French Culture Minister has called talks after the television network TV5Monde was taken over by individuals claiming to belong to Islamic State.

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Librarian: The Internet Doesn’t Harm the Good Student, but it Makes the Poor Student Worse

Last edited 4th March 2015

Recently, I asked, Are libraries just too unCool to survive in an Internet age?, concluding that we can't discard what libraries do, but need to move beyond the stacks of books no one reads. Librarian Michael Flannery, at the Lister Hill Library of the Health Sciences, University of Alabama (Birmingham) responded, with a somewhat different take on the questions.

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An Australian Smartphone App Provides Insights during Lent

Last edited 2nd March 2015

Our friends at Rome Reports recently did a story on Xt3's 2015 Lent Calendar! Here is it...


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Catholic Communications in the Age of Pope Francis

Last edited 24th February 2015

"From the very first moments, Pope Francis stressed his role with the ancient title of “bishop of Rome” who presides in charity, echoing the famous statement of Ignatius of Antioch. Francis has brought to the papacy a knack for significant gestures that immediately convey very powerful messages. Pope Francis’ vision of the Church challenges all of us. He has an amazing ability to find simple words to pose fundamental questions about the life of the Christian and of the Church. No one can deny that the “secular media” has been fascinated and mesmerized by his expressions that come from daily homilies, addresses, and messages" , Fr Thomas Rosica, Salt + Light Media.


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New Website to Fight Religious Intolerance

Last edited 15th February 2015

It is hard to ignore the fact that religious intolerance has reached a boiling point the world over in the past year or so. In the midst of this increasingly polarized world, Shawn Bose and Justin Halloran are hoping their new website,, can help make a difference.


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Xt3 Wins "Most Entertaining" in Restless Press Awards

Last edited 2nd February 2015

What an honour - Xt3 has won the "Most Entertaining" category of the first ever Restless Press Southern Cross Catholic Digital Media Awards! Thank you to all those who voted for us and to all our supporters over the years.


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Pope's Message for World Communications Day 2015

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Communicating the Family: A Privileged Place of Encounter with the Gift of Love


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Fr Lombardi's 'Ten Commandments' for Catholic Communications

Last edited 22nd December 2014

“To communicate is to unify” is the first of the “Ten Words of Communication” that Fr. Federico Lombardi, director of the Holy See press office, described in a lecture given Nov. 24 at the Pontifical Salesian University in Rome.


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