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Vatican official urges Catholic communicators to foster communion in challenging times

“And while the seed of the new is being planted, it is necessary not to let the tree that generated that seed die,” said Ruffini

IN PHOTOS: Eucharistic celebration marks SIGNIS World Board of Directors meeting...

Over 400 people, including 30 SIGNIS officers, attended the Holy Mass in St. John Parish in Ladprao district in Bangkok City

Asian Catholic communicators vow to spread the Gospel ‘with the heart’

The group underscored the necessity of fostering dynamic dialogues in an increasingly interconnected world

Thai bishop urges Catholic communicators to ‘inject Gospel values’ 

The prelate likened Catholic communicators to fertile soil, “absorbing good stories to spread love” in the digital realm

Vatican official urges journalists to make refugees’ aspirations ‘known to the...

“As journalists, you are in a privileged position to listen to their cry and make their aspirations known to the world”

Pope Francis names SIGNIS president, Indian priest consultors to Vatican dicastery

“I hope my service ... will also be of service to SIGNIS members, as we work together to transform our cultures in the light of the Gospel”

Thai digital transformation expert elected new secretary general of SIGNIS

He vowed to meet the challenges facing Catholic communicators today by “building on the tremendous legacy” of his predecessors

LiCAS joins global Catholic media organization SIGNIS

“Being part of SIGNIS will help us amplify the stories of people in the margins in Asia”

SIGNIS World Conference participants receive blessed rosaries from Vatican workshop

In its closing statement, the organization called on media professionals to be advocates for justice and to work for human rights

Catholic communicators urge media to advocate for justice, work for human...

Media practitioners are called for “action to protect the human rights of civilians caught up in war and conflict zones”

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