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Synod 'Of the Media' Has Begun - Keep Informed!

Last edited 14th October 2014

What is a 'Synod of the Media'? Speaking of Vatican II in his last exchange with the priests of his diocese, Pope Benedict distinguished between the 'Council of the Fathers' and the 'Council of the Media':

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Pope Chooses Family as Theme for World Communications Day

Last edited 30th September 2014

Pope Francis will highlight the beauty and value of the family in his message for World Communications Day. The day, which falls in January, will come after the synod of the family this month and an international gathering on the family in Philadelphia next year.

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Why Steve Jobs was a Low Tech Parent

Last edited 15th September 2014

In an announcement that coincides with the release of the Apple iPhone 6 Plus—a predicted preteen must-have—New York Times tech columnist Nick Bilton tells us that Steve Jobs (1955–2011), Apple co-founder and pioneer of the Mac, the iPhone and the iPad, restricted his four children’s use of technology:

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The Media and Pope Francis - Interview with Rome Reports

Last edited 17th September 2014

Javier Martinez-Brocal is the director of the popular news service Rome Reports, which brings us video updates from the Pope and the Vatican on a daily basis. In this interview, Javier shares his thoughts on Pope Francis' relationship with the media and the challenges involved in covering Vatican events. He also sends a special message to all members of Xt3.com!

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Evangelisation and the ‘Digital Continent’ - Interview with Archbishop Claudio Celli

Last edited 15th September 2014

After decades of diplomatic service with the Holy See, Archbishop Claudio Maria Celli was appointed to lead the Pontifical Council for Social Communications in 2007. Under his leadership, the council has launched a number of new media initiatives, including the Vatican’s official YouTube channel in 2009, the Web portal News.va in 2011 and the @Pontifex Twitter handle in 2012.

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Kids On The Bible with Jeff Foxworthy / Noah's Ark @BibleChallenge

Last edited 8th September 2014

Jeff Foxworthy interviews Kids on the Bible for the new season of The American Bible Challenge (tune in Thursdays at 8/7c on GSN). Stay up to date and get all the behind the scenes actions for the new season at Facebook http://bit.ly/BibleChallengeFB.

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Xt3.com Wins Two Awards at ACPA 2014!

Last edited 5th September 2014

We are very honoured to have been presented with two awards at this year's Australasian Catholic Press Association (ACPA) Awards, held in Canberra, Australia. The awards included the 'Best Use of New Media' for our social media presence, mobile Apps and live streaming, as well as 'Best Original Artwork' for the incredible images created by our artist and graphic designer Clayton for the 2014 Xt3 Lent Calendar. Thank you to all our supporters and our social media followers for contributing to Xt3's online presence!

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Where Does the Decline of Traditional Media Leave Readers?

Last edited 18th August 2014

Some signals of a major change in media are as simple and minor as this: Twelve or more positions were recently eliminated at CNN. Others are as complex and major as a collapse of ad sales and profits at the New York Times.

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Cardinal Dolan on Catholic Communications

Last edited 18th August 2014

His Eminence Cardinal Timothy Dolan speaking on the topic of Catholic Communications and how our communications can never be separated from catechesis and evangelisation.

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Dark Secrets of a World of Perfection

Last edited 14th August 2014

What if we could erase violence, pain and discord? Could a society regularize emotions, eliminate suffering and end war? What if reproduction and sexuality could be completely divorced from the messiness of family life? Wouldn’t it be lovely? In the soon-to-be released movie-from–a-book, “The Giver,” an ideal community is based on this premise. There is a price, of course.

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