Episode #20 (August 16, 2011): Most Random. Episode. Ever.

Welcome back to Hot Cup of Ministry! After a hiatus of several weeks — during which Andy and Jane moved across the country — we are back with the most random. episode. ever!

In this exciting episode, we talk about:

  • The Broadway Roastery (in Saskatoon), which has really good coffee
  • Brandon Vogt’s new book, entitled The Church and New Media
  • Matthew Warner (of Flocknote fame): 5 New Media Rules of Parish Communication
  • Brandon Jean’s Blog
  • A quick summary of the Church’s teaching on social communications
  • Corey Hart will Never Surrender!
  • Catechism of the Catholic Church, paragraphs 836 to 842
  • The 7 Deady Sins of the Parish Website
  • Vatican.va
    Song of the Week: Into the West by Annie Lennox in memory of Rachael.

    Question of the Week: What have you been doing for the past two months?

    About Andy

    Andy likes websites but never updates them. Favorite hobbies include StarCraft, brewing beer and wine, and not updating websites. Andy is married to Jane.
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    3 Responses to Episode #20 (August 16, 2011): Most Random. Episode. Ever.

    1. darryl says:

      Ooh – It turns out that I was off by a couple of weeks with respect to the shipping date of the book, “The Church and New Media.” When I pre-ordered Amazon suggested that it would go out in the first week of September. However, I just got a note from them that it has been shipped. Huzzah!

    2. Howdy all! Thanks so much for talking about the book and for a great podcast! Hope to run into you guys somewhere soon! Maybe at CatholiCon in Houston or at CNMC in Kansas City this year?

    3. darryl says:

      You’re welcome, Matthew – and thanks for the kind words! Unfortunately I don’t think I’ll be making it to either conference/celebration this year. They both look really interesting, though!

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