Sweet Tweets for 4/04/14 — The Good News

Sweet Tweets for 4/04/14 — The Good News April 4, 2014

NOGALES, Arizona (April 1, 2014) – Cardinal Seán O’Malley of Boston and 7 other bishops celebrate Mass on the US-Mexico border in Arizona to commemorate the deaths of migrants in the desert and to pray for immigration reform. More information is available at www.justiceforimmigrants.org. Photo credit: George Martell/The Pilot Media Group

Welcome back to Sweet Tweets – after a few weeks off, I’m happy to have John’s great roundup of news we can use from the past week. This is an exciting time for the Church, with us in the thick of Lent, our Bishops so active, “Noah” mania, the Queen and Francis visiting, and the canonization quickly approaching. Sights and sounds and discussions seems to be happening all around us. This week, as you read these bits of news and information, I would challenging you to share a few of them with loved ones via social media. As tuned in as I am to the news of our Church, I’m always surprised at the things I miss and also at the things that others around me haven’t heard or seen. These precious moments are too good to keep to ourselves, so tell a friend this week about something you see here — discuss it around the dinner table, chat with a friend after Mass or share it via Facebook or Twitter.

Thank you to John Clem for making this weekly feature possible!

John Clem is the Director and Media Minister at Catholic Web Services (http://catholicws.com/). John is currently in formation to join the Secular Franciscan Order, and loves to share his talents in faith, technology, and journalism in service to the church.  John also writes a blog entitled Call To Holiness  (http://www.calltoholiness.us/). Follow John on Twitter at @Catholicwebs, on Facebook and at Google+.

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