Episode #2 (Feb. 28, 2011): Communications & New Media

Episode #2 is available for download: “Communications and New Media.”

Andy, Jane, and Fr. Darryl discuss Pope Benedict XVI’s message for the World Day of Communications and our different experiences with using the internet in ministry.

Sites we mentioned during the show:

  • Fr. Darryl’s Parish Website – please email him with your suggestions!
  • Flocknote
  • Pope Benedict’s Message on the 45th World Day of Communication
  • LifeTeen & Bible Geek
  • Roman Catholic Diocese of Saskatoon Communications Office
  • Zenit
  • The Vatican
  • Blog from the mission to Tanzania
  • Fr. Darryl’s Podcast
  • Fr. Darryl’s personal blog that he rarely updates
  • Andy’s Website
  • As always, we invite your input!  Please comment below or send us feedback at feedback@hotcupofministry.ca. We can also be found on Facebook facebook.com/hotcupofministry.

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    3 Responses to Episode #2 (Feb. 28, 2011): Communications & New Media

    1. darryl says:

      Gotta love how you can hear my dog, especially near the end. 🙂 She really wanted to go outside…

    2. Travis says:

      Hey I think this podcast just cut off at the end? Anyway it was a very good discussion. I like the discussion you guys had about incarnational ministry. Even when we use technology to communicate, it can never replace face to face. Andy, I would love to chat with you about your high school ministry some time!

      Keep up the good work and God bless!

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