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The Church And Internet 09
The Church And Internet 09
The Church And Internet 09
The Church And Internet 09
The Church And Internet 09
The Church And Internet 09
The Church And Internet 09
The Church And Internet 09
The Church And Internet 09
The Church And Internet 09
The Church And Internet 09
The Church And Internet 09
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The Church And Internet 09

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Presentation by Sr. Angela Ann Zukowski for CSCC 2009

Presentation by Sr. Angela Ann Zukowski for CSCC 2009

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  • 1. The Church and Internet<br />Pontifical Council for Social Communications<br />Groundings #1<br />Sr. Angela Ann Zukowski, MHSH, D.Min.<br />
  • 2. Church Structures<br /> & <br />Documents<br />AS<br />(Arch) Diocese<br />(Episcopal Conferences)<br />(Vatican Councils/Commissions<br />(Vatican Offices)<br />Benedict XVI<br />
  • 3. Vatican Documents<br />Encyclicals<br />Apostolic Exhortations<br />Pastoral Instruction<br />Apostolic Letters<br />Statements<br />Episcopal Conference Country<br />Pastoral Letters<br />Statements<br />Diocesan Bishop<br />Synod Document<br />Pastoral Letter<br />Statement<br />Types of Church (Ecclesial)Documents<br />
  • 4. Church’s Historical AttitudeMedia<br />Miranda Proprus – Encyclical 1957 – Pious XII<br />Communio et Progressio – 1971 – Paul VI<br />
  • 5. Progress (Kingdom)<br />Human Development<br />Human Dignity<br />Justice & Peace<br />Dialogue – honest and respectful<br />Solidarity<br />Re-occurring themes in Church Communication Documents<br />
  • 6. Significant Church Communications Documents 20th – 21st Century<br />Rapid Development (2005)<br />Apostolic Letter (WDC)- John Paul II<br />New Technologies – Relationships (2006)<br />Apostolic Letter (WDC) – Benedict XVI<br />Church and the Internet (2002)<br />Pastoral Instruction - PCSC<br />Inter Mirifica (1963)<br />(Decree on Social Communications)<br />Ethics and the Internet<br />Pastoral Instruction - PCSC<br />Communio et Progressio (1971)<br />Pastoral Instruction on Social Communications)<br />Evangelii Nuntiandi<br />Encyclical on Evangelization<br />General Directory for Catechesis (1997)<br />Congregation for the Clergy<br />Aetatis Novae (1992)<br />Pastoral Instruction Pontifical<br />Council for Social Communication <br />Catechesis Tradendae<br />Apostolic Exhortation – Catechesis in Our Times<br />Redemptoris Missio <br />Encyclical on The Missionary Activity<br />of the Church<br />
  • 7. Foundation for the Church’s Concern about Communications<br />
  • 8. God continues to communicate with the world through the Church.<br />
  • 9. Communication is of the essence of the Church.<br />
  • 10. Therefore, “the Church’s practice of communication should be exemplary…”<br />
  • 11. The Church would feel guilty before the Lord if it failed to use the media for evangelization. (Communio et Progressio – Paul VI)<br />
  • 12. “It is necessary to integrate the message into the ‘new culture’ created by modern communications.” ( CP)<br />
  • 13. Communication in and by the Church is essentially Communication about…<br />
  • 14. Opportunities<br />Two-way communication<br />Education – Formation<br />Missionary activity of the Church<br />Administration within the Church<br />Challenges<br />Indifferent and hostile<br />Confusing with diverse opinions – with uniformed<br />Need pastoral communication plans<br />Virtual reality vs Real Presence<br />No Sacraments on the Internet<br />Explores Opportunities and Challenges<br />
  • 15. Use the Internet - Church’s Mission<br />Explore new ways to dialogue <br />Formulate Pastoral Plans for Communications<br />Establish review boards for monitoring unofficial Catholic websites.<br />Integrate training for priests and Church ministers<br />For those in Communications ministry – nurture a spiritual life<br />Educators and catechists<br />Parents<br />Young Children<br />Recommendations<br />
  • 16. Prudence<br />See implications<br />Justice<br />Digital divide and solidarity<br />Fortitude<br />Courage for facing truth<br />Temperance<br />Use wisely and only for the good<br />Virtues to be Cultivated<br />
  • 17. Christ is <br />the ‘perfect communicator’ <br />the norm and model for us!<br />

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