The program, sponsored by the Dicastery for Communication, sought to address the challenge of how the Church can and should be present online to adequately respond to people’s spiritual needs, especially given the COVID-19 crisis. Our group of 16 young communicators from Cambodia, Canada, Costa Rica, Italy, Kenya, Mexico, Peru, the Philippines, South Korea, Spain, the United Kingdom, and the United States embarked upon a new and exciting journey over the next year together.
We began as strangers when we embarked on this journey together. Follow along to see what we discovered and how we grew as a community of young communicators.
"To communicate the faith I must use my heart, not simply a few memorized quotes or lines."
Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle, Prefect of the Congregation for the Evangelization of Peoples
"We need to think like artists and live like saints."
Brett Robinson, Ph.D., McGrath Institute for Church Life, University of Notre Dame
“In the Christian faith, the unity and brotherhood of man are the chief aims of all communication and these find their source and model in the central mystery of the eternal communion between the Father, Son and Holy Spirit who live a single divine life.”
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