An interactive Lent Calendar 2015, featuring Indigenous artwork from Richard Campbell as well as images of our Catholic faith through the eyes of Indigenous Australians.
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The Australian catholic website XT3 has a suggestion that could apply to all of us… Ahead of this year’s World Communications Day (25 May in Australia & 1 June around the world), Xt3 has teamed up with Catholic Talk and we are inviting you take up Pope Francis’ challenge to use your online connections to […]
Using Internet menus this video creatively Xt3.com invites all to “Recharge your Heart & Soul this Lent ! Cleverly worded pull down menu present the message of Lent as a time for renewal. Also visit their interactive calendar which you can download as an app http://www.xt3.com/lent
The annual Advent Calendar this year is both online and available as an App for your iPhone and Android mobile phones. www.Xt3.com/advent Extremely popular with everyone but especially young people, youth groups and schools, this year’s calendar is packed with even more multi-media Catholic resources and reflections.
Xt3, the Catholic Social Networking site, announces the release of their 2011 Advent Calendar! The annual Xt3 Advent Calendar is an online Catholic resource for youth groups, parishes, schools, and for your own personal Advent journey. This year’s calendar is packed with more multimedia resources and reflections than ever before, and will include features such as an […]
XT3 (Christ in the 3rd Millenium) website writes… The Internet has revolutionized the world. Now, Catholic groups are using the web to revolutionize World Youth Day with a call to pray the rosary every Saturday until the event begins on 16 August. The campaign is called ‘Firm in the Faith with Mary’ – watch this video […]
“Christ in the 3rd millennium,” abbreviated Xt3, offers a Lenten calendarÂ which will include “daily readings, podcasts and music to give inspiration — and some laughter — during the 40 days of Lent.” Among the new podcasts -Â ‘Does God have a sense of humor?’ Comedians will give their take on this mystifying question.” (more…)
First came Facebook, the popular social networking site. Then, the believers’ version, Faithbook. And today Pope Benedict XVI made an unlikely addition to the ranks of social network users. He has posted for the first time a message on a networking site for young Roman Catholics, asking for prayer during his forthcoming visit to France. […]