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The Church and New Media: Blogging Converts, Online Activists, and Bishops Who Tweet
By Brandon Vogt

What People Are Saying

Cardinal Seán O'Malley, O.F.M. Cap.Cardinal Seán O'Malley, O.F.M. Cap. Archbishop of Boston
Author of the book's Foreword

"This book demonstrates how New Media is already impacting the Church and outlines many practical steps for dioceses, parishes, and individual Catholics to embrace it more broadly....Everyone involved in Communications and Evangelization ministries for the Church should read it."



Archbishop Timothy M. DolanArchbishop Timothy M. Dolan Archbishop of New York
Author of the book's Afterword

"My expectation is that this book will give the Church courage and wisdom to embrace New Media as one of the premier gifts of God to evangelists of our day."



Cardinal Francis George, O.M.I.Cardinal Francis George, O.M.I. Archbishop of Chicago

"From the Holy Father to the recently baptized, Catholics are increasingly using New Media to share and explain our faith and to strengthen the relationships that unite us to the Lord and to each other in the Church.

By bringing together the powerful testimony and practical insights of those who are successfully using New Media in a variety of ways, The Church and New Media provides a valuable guide for others who want to explore how these contemporary and still-growing technological tools can serve the mission of the Church."



Cardinal Donald WuerlCardinal Donald Wuerl Archbishop of Washington

"From the quill to the printing press to the modern app, the Church has faced the challenge of preaching the Word of God in a way that each generation will hear it. The Church and New Media offers an insightful contribution to the way in which the Church passes on the Gospel message in the age of new social communication.

This book helps us understand both the potential and the challenges of blogging, tweeting and all the multiple forms of the new communications. I am pleased to recommend this very useful guide for individuals, parishes and diocesan workers who seek to use the new media to proclaim the Gospel and pass on the faith."