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TEENS & SOCIAL MEDIA FOR ADULTS L.A. CONGRESS 2016

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How can youth (and adults!) be good humans and good digital Catholics in the way we choose to use social media? What personal and group strategies do we need to develop? What conversations do we need to have with family, friends, colleagues, youth? What kind of a world do we want to live in?

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TEENS & SOCIAL MEDIA FOR ADULTS L.A. CONGRESS 2016

  1. 1. TEENS & SOCIAL MEDIA Sr. Helena Burns, fsp hburns@paulinemedia.com FB: Sister Helena Burns Twitter, Vine, Instagram: @SrHelenaBurns HellBurns.blogspot.com DaughtersOfStPaul.org #BoundlessMercy #RECongress
  2. 2. Canticle of Praise for the Media We thank you, Lord God, for the unending Pentecost of Your creative Holy Spirit, which enables Your sons and daughters to be afire with Your Truth, Beauty and Goodness. May the blind see, the deaf hear, and the poor receive justice through the proclamation of the Good News through today’s media. Amen. --Blessed James Alberione, SSP
  3. 3. BOOTH #111 signing: Table C www.MediaApostle.com SCREENING: Friday 7pm Rm 201 Anaheim Convention Center!
  4. 4. Media Apostle Bookend #1
  5. 5. www.tinyURL.com/DigitalCatholics www.tinyURL.com/DigitalGenerationResources
  6. 6. “I am the Way the Truthand the Life.” #TalkJesusWithMe #LAYouthDay
  7. 7. Mind Will Heart
  8. 8. Reason Choose Love
  9. 9. How can we use media to be more human rather than less human?
  10. 10. Technology Generation Z (iGen) (2000- ) have handled digital media from the crib. DIGITAL ALIENS DIGITAL IMMIGRANTS DIGITAL ADAPTIVES DIGITAL NATIVES The Silents (1925-1945) latecomers to technology. Internet, podcasts, texting, online gaming & social networking are largely alien concepts to them. The Baby Boomers (1946-1964) reached adulthood without digital technology. While many embrace new technologies, some do so only partially or reluctantly. Generation X (1965-1982) Digital technologies emerged largely during their teen years. They willingly embrace technology. Generation Y / Millennials (1983-1999) have enjoyed the luxuries of digital technology since they were children, including the massive video game industry.
  11. 11. What does it mean to live in a digital world?
  12. 12. What does it mean to live in a digital world?
  13. 13. @BatDadVine
  14. 14. What does it mean to live in a digital world?
  15. 15. A Magazine is an iPad That Does Not Work
  16. 16. What does it mean to live in a digital world?
  17. 17. Netflix Hockey Players
  18. 18. What does it mean to live in a digital world?
  19. 19. Lost Puppy
  20. 20. What does it mean to live in a digital world?
  21. 21. What does it mean to live in a digital world?
  22. 22. Intel Rock Star
  23. 23. What does it mean to live in a digital world?
  24. 24. What does it mean to live in a digital world?
  25. 25. What does it mean to live in a digital world?
  26. 26. What does it mean to live in a digital world?
  27. 27. What does it mean to live in a digital world?
  28. 28. Baby Possums Eating Watermelon
  29. 29. What are some online “dangers”?
  30. 30. What are some online “dangers”? • Relationships – predators, strangers, “wrong crowd” • Romance -- “ “ “ “ “ “ • Porn – dignity of the human person • Violence (obscenity) e.g., beheadings, accidents, killings • How I present myself to others—dignity of the human person • Cyberbullying – dignity of the human person • News & information – truth, caring about world • Hoaxes, fact-checking • ID theft and hackers – $ and personal property • Illegal activity – copyright issues, theft • Time – balance needed, face time needed • Content / input – formation of conscience and tastes • Consumerism – $ and dignity of the human person • Health – exercise, fresh air, texting while driving, etc. • Gambling -- $
  31. 31. TWITTER PASSWORD
  32. 32. Best Buy
  33. 33. Are Media Reality?
  34. 34. Virtual Reality
  35. 35. Windows 7--”Really?”
  36. 36. Don't Be a Digisexual
  37. 37. CatholicMemes.com
  38. 38. 3 1. liturgy, Mass 2. family table, meals 3. married couples’ bedrooms
  39. 39. “There is an appointed time for everything under heaven.” –Ecclesiastes 3:1
  40. 40. Jesus is the Truth to know #TalkJesusWithMe #LAYouthDay
  41. 41. What does the Church teach about media?
  42. 42. Media Literacy
  43. 43. What is Media Literacy?
  44. 44. QUESTION MEDIA What is Media Literacy?
  45. 45. • QUESTION • EVALUATE • CHOOSE • ENGAGE Media Literacy Skills
  46. 46. • QUESTION • EVALUATE • CHOOSE • ENGAGE Media Literacy Skills
  47. 47. Jesus is the Life to live #TalkJesusWithMe #LAYouthDay
  48. 48. Human person = body and soul. 2gether. 4ever.
  49. 49. Which is correct for a human being to say: a) I HAVE a body. b) I AM a body.
  50. 50. Which is correct for a human being to say: b) I AM a body.
  51. 51. PORN & SEXTING • www.ReclaimSexualHealth.com • www.tinyurl.com/PornPreventionResources • www.tinyurl.com/PornKillsLove • www.TheKingsMen.us
  52. 52. Young people are always communicatin • Communication • Community • Communion
  53. 53. All we are saying is give silencea chance.
  54. 54. “The monstrance is my screen.” –Mother Teresa
  55. 55. Jesus is the Way to follow #TalkJesusWithMe #LAYouthDay
  56. 56. Spiritual Works of Mercy 1. INSTRUCT THE IGNORANT 2. COUNSEL THE DOUBTFUL 3. ADMONISH THE SINNER 4. BEAR WRONGS PATIENTLY 5. FORGIVE OFFENSES WILLINGLY 6. COMFORT THE AFFLICTED 7. PRAY FOR THE LIVING & DEAD
  57. 57. Can’t seethe haters when Igot my love glasses on
  58. 58. What is God’s attitude toward the media?
  59. 59. www.tinyurl.com/WordsHurt
  60. 60. • ThehumanpersonistheimageofGod Whatever you do to the least of my brethren, you do to me.” --Matthew 25:40 “We cannot love the God we can’t see if we don’t love the brother or sister we can see.” --1 John 4:20
  61. 61. IYWS ODIIP DSODIO
  62. 62. WWJDO?
  63. 63. Christ has no online presence but yours. No Snapchat, no Facebook page but yours. Yours are the tweets through which love touches this world. Yours are the posts through which the Gospel is shared. Yours are the texts and updates through which hope is revealed. Christ has no online presence but yours. -- Meredith Gould
  64. 64. --How can we change some ways we use social media to make it BETTER? --What are 3 problems / 3 solutions for the world of digital media? --How can we be more like Christ online? --How do you seek God & where do you find God in media? --How can we be better digital Catholics?
  65. 65. Media Apostle Bookends 2
  66. 66. • Praise and ThankGod: for the media • Petition:Pray for those in media, audiences • Reparation:for evil media atMass and EucharisticAdoration • Create media:(Love for God& neighbor)
  67. 67. #BEtheMEDIA #WEaretheMEDIA MediaApostle.com
  68. 68. “I am the Way, the Truthand the Life.” #TalkJesusWithMe #LAYouthDay
  69. 69. oNLinE SAfety R U saved?
  70. 70. R U saved? I was saved. “It is through the grace of our Lord Jesus that we are saved.” --Acts 15:11 Y PAST
  71. 71. R U saved? I am being saved. “Work out your salvation with fear and trembling.” --Philippians 2:12 WPRESENT
  72. 72. R U saved? 2/22/2016 I hope to be saved. “No one whose hope is in you will ever be put to shame.” --Psalm 25:3 FUTURE
  73. 73. oNLinE SAfety… …for here and hereafter…
  74. 74. Are Media Reality?
  75. 75. Virtual Reality
  76. 76. Are bodies optional?
  77. 77. No.
  78. 78. 3 1. liturgy, Mass 2. family table, meals 3. married couples’ bedrooms
  79. 79. What does the Church teach about media?
  80. 80. Media Literacy
  81. 81. What is Media Literacy?
  82. 82. QUESTION MEDIA What is Media Literacy?
  83. 83. IYWS ODIIP DSODIO
  84. 84. What is God’s attitude toward the media?
  85. 85. 2/22/2016
  86. 86. Have a nice eternity!
  87. 87. www.CurranCrew.tv ParentingtheDigital Generation
  88. 88. A short history of the digital revolution • 1. personal computers & desktop publishing 2. "digital" technology=reproductions without loss of quality 3. "text" internet (tethered to a computer) 4. search engines (the world at your fingertips) 5. perfected delivery of graphics, video & audio over internet 6. Wi-Fi (untethered internet access on computers) 7. smartphones (untethered internet access on cellphones) 8. social media (instantaneous sharing of media, thoughts, reactions, activities, creations via text, graphics, photos, videos, streaming) 9. people addicted to devices 24/7--almost as an appendage 10. young people's drastic loss of reading, writing & verbal literacy skills in actual reality--in favor of digital communication in virtual reality 11. a return to a visual culture
  89. 89. “The medium is the message.”
  90. 90. Using Media Humanly
  91. 91. Reflection Questions • What kind of world do you want to live in (with regard to media)? Describe it. • Are you happy with the way you, family, friends, colleagues, youth use media around you? What example can you set? • What is your personal plan for your own media device & social media use now? • What conversations do you need to have with family, friends, colleagues, youth about media devices & social media? When / how will you have these conversations? • Where is God (specifically) in your digital life? Where might He need to be?
  92. 92. BOOTH #111 signing: Table C www.MediaApostle.com SCREENING: Friday 7pm Rm 201 Anaheim Convention Center!
  93. 93. “There is an appointed time for everything under heaven.” –Ecclesiastes 3:1 #BoundlessMercy #RECongress

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