CSCC 2017: Navigating social media for communicating faith

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CSCC 2017: Navigating social media for communicating faith

Participants and facilitators at a recent CSCC.

Participants and facilitators at a recent CSCC.

Is your Parish, (Arch) diocese, or your community, on the cutting edge for effectively communicating and inspiring faith in the digital age?  Or, are you wondering how you can advance your social media communications ministry for addressing Pope Francis’ call for a ‘New Evangelisation’ and practicing the ‘art of accompaniment’ among all who navigate 24/7 in the digital environment in your Church community?

Is your Parish, (Arch) diocese, or your community, on the cutting edge for effectively communicating and inspiring faith in the digital age?  Or, are you wondering how you can advance your social media communications ministry for addressing Pope Francis’ call for a ‘New Evangelisation’ and practicing the ‘art of accompaniment’ among all who navigate 24/7 in the digital environment in your Church community?

If you are asking these questions and more, the Caribbean School for Catholic Communications (CSCC), intends to address these issues during the August 6 – 12 workshop at the Emmaus Retreat Centre, Arima.

Come and join an animated team of expert social media consultants who are preparing to share their practical wisdom and best practices. Regardless of where you are on the continuum of familiarity with social media, the CSCC adapts to meet your pastoral needs.

In August, we will focus on the theme of the October 2017 – Synod of Bishops on Young People, Faith and Vocational Discernment.  The preparatory document for the synod and the pre-synod survey which young people are encouraged to complete sets the direction for our CSCC social media productions.  We will focus on how to discern the most effective processes for leading young people to recognise and accept the call to the fullness of life and love to announce the Good News today through social media.

Finally, the CSCC intends to explore how each of the participant’s new social media learning can contribute to your (Arch) diocesan’s plan for creating an Integrated Pastoral Communications Plan in concert with the current initiative of the Antilles Episcopal Conference (AEC) which impacts each one of our (Arch) dioceses.

This is an opportunity for you, as a disciple of Jesus Christ, to learn how you and your team can communicate the Gospel message.  Technology should serve us and help us to serve God and our neighbour.  Come and join us this August. Register online cscctt.org – CSCC





 

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