Catholic Communities Online

Catholic Communities Online

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One thing that is striking about the Catholic Church is its permanence. As an organization, the Church has survived cultural changes and varying political scenarios and is even now adapting with no major resistance to the new information technologies. Roman Catholicism still creates a sort of fascination and interest on the Net. Amongst the more enthusiastic forms of engagement that emerged recently in the Catholic Church, certainly the digital arena is one of the most interesting and is one of the prominent ways in which Catholics have found common ground to share and celebrate their world vision. The chapters in this book have been organized by starting with a common general analysis and ending with specific case studies from different parts of the world. The chapters of the book cover a broad range of topics dealing mainly with the intersection of religion and technology from a concrete and delimited angle: the Roman Catholic Church.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9788494755699
Publisher: Blanquerna School of Communication and International Relations
Publication date: 11/20/2017
Series: Blanquerna Observatory , #3
Sold by: Bookwire
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 112
File size: 5 MB

About the Author

Blanquerna Observatory on Media, Religion and Culture is an interdisciplinary space for research and the dissemination of activities at the Blanquerna School of Communication and International Relations focused on the area of intersection between communication and religion.

Table of Contents

- Preface. Catholicism and online Engagement - Notes on Contributors - Biblical aspects of the new digital culture. Paul Soukup - e-Participation and civic engagement. Active citizenship and Catholic associations in the framework of dialogic democracy. Michele Sorice - What we can learn from Secular Social Media Networks. Deliberating together: a new paradigm of dialogue in the net. Leticia Soberón - iBreviary as new concept of religious app. Paolo Padrini - God in Facebook, Like it or Not: Filipino Youth Response to Socially Mediated Religious Messag. Anthony G. Roman - Internet and Catholicism in Latin America: a virtual community. Franklin Cornejo - How Catholic internet forums are changing Catholicism. The Polish experience. Marta Kołodziejska - Rezandovoy: an example of digitalization of religion in the Spanish-speaking Catholic world. Xabier Riezu

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