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Catholic Digital Media Conference to Address Spreading the Gospel Online
Last edited 5th August 2014

“Keeping the doors of our churches open also means keeping them open in the digital environment so that people, whatever their situation in life, can enter, and so that the Gospel can go out to reach everyone.” - Pope Francis, Message for world Communications Day 2014.

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The Francis Effect - Australian Premiere
Last edited 1st August 2014

Join Xt3 and the Archdiocese of Sydney for the Australian Premiere of "The Francis Effect", by Salt+Light TV.

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The Future of Catholic Media: An Interview with Father Thomas Rosica, C.S.B.
Last edited 30th July 2014

Father Thomas Rosica, C.S.B., is a Canada-based Basilian priest and journalist. He is Chief Executive Officer of Salt and Light Television Network, consulter on the Vatican’s Pontifical Council for Social Communications, English-language assistant to the Holy See Press Office, a member of the Social Communications Commission of the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops, and president of Assumption University in Windsor, Ontario.

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A Look at the Pope's Most Popular Tweets, So Far
Last edited 28th July 2014

Every one or two days, Pope Francis tweets a short message on his @Pontifex Twitter account. He conveys not only his message, but his closeness and humility. Above all, he provides advice and asks for prayers from his 14 million followers. So which Tweets have been the most popular? Watch this video to find out!

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Iraqi Muslims Back Social Media Campaign Against Discrimination of Christians
Last edited 22nd July 2014

"I am Iraqi, I am Christian.” Several sectors of Iraqi society took up the phrase in support of Christians communities, under persecution from fighters from the Islamic State. ISIS militants marked the homes of Christians in Mosul using this symbol: the Arabic equivalent of "N,” as in Nazarene.

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The Most Followed Cardinals on Twitter
Last edited 20th July 2014

Following modern trends, Catholic leaders are quickly adapting to social media. Pope Francis has over 14 million Twitter followers. And while, their audience may be smaller, cardinals are also making good use of this new tool. The Archbishop of New York, Card. Timonty Dolan is by far the most popular prelate on the site. Despite not tweeting often, he has over 165,000 followers.

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Official Website for the Pope's Visit to Korea
Last edited 15th July 2014

From 14-18 August 2014, Pope Francis will visit South Korea to participate in the 6th Asian Youth Day, and to celebrate the beatification of 124 Korean martyrs. The theme for the Holy Father's visit is Arise, Shine (Isaiah 60,1).

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The Pope App Gets a Facelift
Last edited 13th July 2014

The Vatican has released a new version of the 'Pope App' so that anyone with a cell phone can keep up with Pope Francis. The application is available in five languages: English, Spanish, French, Italian and Portuguese.

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Vatican Media Committee Appointed to Bring Church into Digital Era
Last edited 13th July 2014

The appointment of a committee to propose reforms for the Vatican media raises expectations for a substantial renewal of the Vatican media branch, bringing it ever more toward the digital age.

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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.

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