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Philippine bishops launch mobile application to help people ‘grow and share...

The FaithWatch app is designed to help users find the nearest church to avail of services, such as schedules of Masses and other sacraments

Asian Catholic communicators vow to serve as ‘bridge’ to poor communities

In his message, Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle urged everyone to continue spreading the Gospel despite the challenges posed by the pandemic

No borders

With love, we are able to understand where the others are coming from, why they think and act the way they do

The challenge of being social communicators of the Church

“The challenge that awaits us is to communicate by encountering people, where they are and as they are,” says Pope Francis

‘Faith’ still among top keywords in Philippines’ social media posts

Keywords related to the Holy Week observance have been on top of all keyword categories during the month of April

Actress, priest lead winners of Philippines’ Catholic Social Media Awards

Actress Candy Pangilinan and Father Joseph Fidel Roura of the Dioceses of Malolos won as top “social media influencers”

Diocese of Kalookan launches program for social communicators

The program aims to raise the standards of ministers and volunteers in parishes for the social communication ministry

The truth is out there: Navigating the internet and self-respect

More than better leaders, we deserve to go back to the basics of the social contract, which is, among others, self-respect

Challenge for Church communicators

The Philippine Church has to adapt, it has to change its tone, its way of speaking, without compromising the magisterium

German priest, Catholic Church’s social communication ‘luminary’ in Asia, dies at...

The books of Father Franz-Josef Eilers, SVD, on social and pastoral communication are considered "standard" in the field of communication

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