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The Innovation of Loneliness

Last edited 22nd August 2013

Social networks are fantastic tools for making connections and sharing ideas. However they should never replace human interaction - otherwise we are all in danger of bring lonely, no matter how many friends or followers we have on Facebook and Twitter. This video is an important reminder that sometimes we need to switch off, meet up with a friend, and have a real conversation! After all, humans are social being by nature.

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The Bible: Tonight 16th of July - 9.00pm Channel 9 (Australia)

Last edited 21st May 2015

This is a 10-hour, five-part, mini-series. It will tell some of the best-known stories from the most popular book in human history, from Noah's Ark and the Exodus to Daniel in the Lion's Den to the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus.

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World War Z: Commentary by Fr. Barron (spoiler alert)

Last edited 3rd July 2013

The movie World War Z is a very competently made thriller, which has an excellent depiction of a father - Brad Pitt plays a very intelligent, dedicated, resourceful and self-sacrificing family man - which is very rare in modern movies today. According to Fr Robert Barron, World War Z also provides a very intriguing template for thinking about sin and salvation! Watch this video for more.


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Social Networks - A Reflection for World Communications Day 2013

Last edited 12th May 2013

Sunday 12 May 2013 was World Communications Day, and for this occasion, Pope emeritus Benedict XVI wrote a message about the new evangelisation and social networking. So let us pray for all those who evangelise through social networks! Watch this video for more.

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This Ad Has a Secret Anti-Abuse Message That Only Kids Can See

Last edited 6th May 2013

In an effort to provide abused children with a safe way to reach out for help, a Spanish organization called the Aid to Children and Adolescents at Risk Foundation, or ANAR for short, created an ad that displays a different message for adults and children at the same time.

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Unpacking the 2013 World Communications Day Message

Last edited 8th May 2013

The theme for World Communications Day 2013 is "Social Networks: portals of truth and faith; new spaces for evangelization". In this video, unpacks the World Communications Day Message written by Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI.


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Pope Francis Reaches Six Million Followers on Twitter

Last edited 29th April 2013

On April 29, at about midday, Pope Francis surpassed six million followers on social network Twitter. Benedict XVI launched the account @Pontifex on December 12, 2012. During his remaining three months as Pope, he gained more than three million followers.

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Spanish Charity Manos Unidas Launches Solidarity Campaign for Social Networks

Last edited 28th April 2013

“If you're gonna share a picture of your food, share it truly.” That's the motto behind the new online campaign launched by Spanish charity Manos Unidas, or Hands United. It's based on the trend among youth to post photos of their food on social networks. Manos Unidas and PR agency DDB created the hashtag #FoodShareFilter. It's the first filter for photo-sharing site Instagram designed to help out people in need.

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Catholic Media to Meet in Lebanon to Promote Peace in Middle East

Last edited 17th April 2013

There is strength in numbers. And to get youth in the Middle East, regardless of race or religion, to come together and work for for peace, Signis will organize their 2013 World Congress in the Land of Cedars. As the leading group representing Catholic media, they will bring their members together in Beirut from October 20-23. This year's theme is “Media for Culture of Peace: Creating Images with the New Generation.” It is the first time the gathering will take place in the Middle East.

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Meet the First Italian Priest who Opened a Twitter Account

Last edited 14th April 2013

This Jesuit is the first Italian priest who opened up an account on Twitter. He says his vocation as a Jesuit leads him to all type of boundaries and limits. In his case, those boundaries are online. His name is Antonio Spadaro. He is a priest and also the director of a magazine titled Civiltà Cattolica.

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