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Catholic Church Makes Internet Evangelization Job #1 in 2013

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There's a lot for Catholics to "like" about the theme for the Church's 2013 World Communications Day.

The theme? 

Social Networks: portals of truth and faith; new spaces for evangelization.

Both the Catholic hierarchy and the faithful appear to be taking the internet more seriously than ever by focusing both attention and - of late - financial capital on internet - based evangelization.

We'll be chatting with the five Catholic leaders whose new media efforts will help to explain this trend. They'll also tell us what they think should be next on the horizon for Catholics' use of new media in 2013 and beyond.

  • Matt Warner, CEO and Co-Founder of Flocknote (http://www.flocknote.com/)
  • Ashley Collins, Co-Founder of Peter and Paul Ministries  (http://www.peterandpaulministries.com) 
  • Devin Jones, Co-Founder of Peter and Paul Ministries
  • Josh Simmons, Founder and CEO of ECatholicWebsites.com (http://www.ecatholicwebsites.com/)
  • Harold Fickett, Managing Editor (USA) for Aleteia.org  (http://www.aleteia.org/)

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