To develop and encourage
within the context of culture,
education, and faith formation.
Earlier this summer, I took part in a meeting of our sisters in Boston at which we considered our relationship to our media devices — namely, for those who have them, our smartphones. (Some have flip phones, depending on need and ability.) We talked about the theology and spirituality of communication and how we can use or misuse these devices personally, in community and in mission. Then, the interruptions caused by notifications and alerts, especially in chapel and at meal...
Sr. Nancy reflects on the films used for this year's National Film Retreat.
Congratulations, Sr. Rose! Together with St. Anthony Messenger magazine, we say "thank you."
A summer watch list for your family: the top five animated family films of this century that are not just entertaining, but have something "extra" to inspire and nurture your family spiritually.
Sister Rose reviews another resource for Media Literacy.
Sr. Nancy gives us her insight on finding light amid the darkness in her commentary on "Riverdale."
With the growth of social media, online scams also grow. Sr. Jennifer Tecla looks at ways to catch scammers before they catch you.
Why can't we have more people who are like Mr. Rogers in our world? We can. It's us!
A summer watch list for your family: the top ten animated family films of this century that are not just entertaining, but have something "extra" to inspire and nurture your family spiritually.
In the second season, this Netflix series addresses some of society's most unspoken issues including: bullying, sexual assault, and rape. How can we help our teens know God's grace in the midst of the sin that lives within us?
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To develop and encourage Media Mindfulness
within the context of culture, education,
and faith formation.