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- RT @ArmorOGod: Like a flood His mercy rains. 15 hours ago
- RT @Scripture_Truth: Thank you Lord for unanswered prayers. http://t.co/3nrMCSpdoz 1 day ago
- RT @ArmorOGod: Thank you Lord for your peace. http://t.co/y7wMUgvmlj 2 days ago
- RT @ArmorOGod: When doubts start to creep in, take a moment to pray. 2 days ago
- RT @Inspire_Us: Some days you just have to create your own sunshine. 3 days ago
- RT @Epic_Women: Never give up on anybody. Miracles happen everyday. 3 days ago
- RT @DavidRoads: SMALL changes can make a BIG difference. 3 days ago
- RT @Digitalnun: Crumbs is all I can say to this. twitter.com/Klangable/stat… 4 days ago
- MH370 search: debris found 'is from Boeing 777' - live
- MH370: debris discovery 'consistent with ocean currents from search area'
- Al-Qaeda-linked rebels in Syria capture leader of US-trained rebel group in blow to West
- Meth lab not included: two homes from Breaking Bad in Albuquerque listed for sale
- The search for MH370 in 60 seconds
- Yakub Memon, convicted in 1993 Mumbai blasts, has been hanged
- MH370 search: Malaysia says 'almost certain' debris discovered from Boeing 777
- Calais crisis: Deport more migrants to stop 'swarm' crossing Mediterranean, says David Cameron
- Ai Weiwei says visit cut short because Britain restricted his visa
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Tag Archives: Social Media
I noticed that the Blog Stats are up and looking good again, today.
That I should do some blogging, in and amongst all the research, EMS Chaplaincy (I was recently promoted to District Chaplain) and Parish work. Thanks for all the kind and generous e-mails of late, reminding me of the fact that … Continue reading →
There is a way out of this impasse.
In the Catholic Herald today: Pope Francis has said that the internet is “a gift from God” in his first World Communications Day message. … Pope Francis said: “Media can help us greatly in this, especially nowadays, when the networks of … Continue reading →
To the blog this past week are: Country Position United States 1 United Kingdom 2 Australia 3 Canada 4 South Africa 5 Italy 6 New Zealand 7 Germany 8 Philippines 9 Netherlands 10
Time to get those heads out of the old dusty Churchmanship books… again. It’s a post-website world, but you still need a website. A church website is still essential, but the primary ways your church will interact with people are through numerous … Continue reading →
So far… (Just in case you thought this blog wasn’t that widely read.) […] Nice to be back. Sorry if that disappoints some…
On the eChurch Blog: Last month Russian Orthodox Patriarch Kirill lamented Orthodox bloggers publicly insulting each other, which I can only imagine must be an Orthodox phenomenon as it doesn’t happen in Catholic or Protestant Internet circles: …that the diversity of … Continue reading →
CNA: Pope Benedict’s mass of 2.5 million followers in eight languages during his first month on Twitter has one Vatican priest calling the pontiff’s online presence “a new frontier” of evangelization. Father Paolo Padrini, a collaborator of the Pontifical Council … Continue reading →