Social Networks and the Church

Is social media here to stay? Probably. Others, like Brandon Vogt, discuss this phenomenon at length. Matthew Warner wants more Catholics to be on-line, and authentic, too. Because when you get right down to it, social networks are about community.

In the video below are a few factoids about the rise of social networks that you may find interesting. The Vatican has noticed, which is why the Church hosted a meeting of Bloggers a little while back.

Have you introduced your children to the YouCat on Facebook yet? Welcome to St. Blogs Parish.

Update: History has been made…the Pope’s first Tweet via his new i-Pad.

  • Joseph K @ Defend Us In Battle

    What I find amazing about folks like Vogt and Warner is that they are very basic. They don't get into the nitty gritty. This isn't a slam, just an observation. They aren't controversial but they are well known.Sometimes I wonder if simplicity is the vehicle to the truth? Just a drive by observation.