Sister Rejane Cytacki, SCL, generously shares some great ideas about fasting from “time-eaters”– those things that take our focus away from our prayer relationship with God.
Do you know the address of the Facebook page that has been “liked” by 2.9 million people?
I must admit “Finding Charity in Art: The Challenge of the Vincentian Festival” surprised me into prayer! “
Yes, there are things social media can’t do. Social media is not a solution, or a sure bet. Here are 7 cautions to ponder.
Here’s the start of a list that might help you go from getting stuff wrong to getting stufff right on your website that will strengthen your communication.
With a twitter thread you can provide additional context, an update, or an extended point by connecting multiple Tweets together.
Twitter Rules prohibit the kind of abuse we mean here — threats, hate speech, cyberbullying, and harassment and more. Let’s be civil!
Social media are being abused. But, with a will, society can harness them and revive that early dream of enlightenment. Vincentians can help.
Here’s their story: St. Vincent School of Theology tries to follow the spirit and the example of Saint Vincent de Paul, theologizing from the margins.
The Congregation of the Mission has proposed an interesting initiative to make visible the Vincentian charism in all social networks, during this month of September, in which the Vincentian family celebrates important memories, with the celebration of several saints...
In 10 years, nobody is going to look back on the status you posted; but you will still reflect on that point in time. Is social media hurting you?
Yesterday, Twitter screamed about new revelations of sexual abuse, cover ups and abuse of power.