Monday, August 29, 2011

Cardinals and Bishops Think You Need To Read This Book

Some endorsements of Brandon Vogt's The Church and New Media.

Cardinal Se├ín O’Malley, O.F.M. Cap. - Archbishop of Boston 
Author of the book’s Foreword
“Everyone involved in Communications and Evangelization ministries for the Church should read it.”

Archbishop Timothy M. Dolan - Archbishop of New York 
Author of the book’s Afterword
“My expectation is that this book will give the Church courage and wisdom to embrace New Media as one of the premier gifts of God to evangelists of our day.”

Cardinal Francis George, O.M.I. - Archbishop of Chicago 
"The Church and New Media provides a valuable guide for others who want to explore how these contemporary and still-growing technological tools can serve the mission of the Church.”

Archbishop Charles Chaput, O.F.M. Cap. - Archbishop of Philadelphia 
The Church and New Media is the best kind of reading: timely, vivid and rich in valuable information. For anyone seeking to understand and use today’s new technologies in advancing the Catholic faith, this book is an unsurpassed resource.”

Monsignor Paul Tighe - Secretary of the Vatican’s Pontifical Council for Social Communications 
“Brandon Vogt’s book The Church and New Media is a wonderful guide to the emerging presence of American Catholic voices in the digital arena.”

There are five Aggies, out of the 11 contributors, who are in this book. I am humbled to be one of them. If you want to buy the book, you can get it a number of places:
-Amazon - paperback or Kindle
-My Website

Also, if you live in town, you can buy them at St. Mary's front desk.

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