To develop and encourage
within the context of culture,
education, and faith formation.
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?
Congratulations, Sister Rose!
How we use the media can affect not just our own interior peace, but the peace of others. Pope Francis' 2018 World Communications Day Message encourages each of us to become peacemakers with practical tips in how we communicate.
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Pope Francis makes his acting debut in BEYOND THE SUN, now available as video-on-demand.
Sr. Helena, in her honest, straightforward style, articulates a great list of "best practices" to help parents foster virtuous media use in their children.
Sr. Nancy's book leads the reader into understanding popular culture, not as something to be feared, but to be experienced in the light of God's saving action in our world and in the stories we find in popular media.
We may think of our kids’ online, mobile, and technological activities as “digital life,” but to them it is just life. In their world, being able to connect and communicate 24/7 from just about any location is normal – and expected! But, a family plan is necessary for good and peaceful living. See what Sr. Jennifer suggests.
An in-depth look at three paragraphs of Pope Francis' Message for World Communications Day 2018. The Message's theme is “The truth will set you free”: Fake news and journalism for peace.
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To develop and encourage Media Mindfulness
within the context of culture, education,
and faith formation.