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Did the churches’ closed doors during pandemic help increase faith?

In India, churches turned digital after March 2020 when communities closed borders because of the pandemic

TV channel in India hosts gospel singing reality show to recognize...

Father Anand Chirayath, founder director of Atmadarshan (Inner Vision), said it was his dream to give a bigger platform for choir members

Catholic communicators in Asia stress ‘listening with heart’s ear’

“Listening to the self and to others is essential to the human condition and to bring healing,” read a statement released by SIGNIS Asia

‘We need to be more professional in all levels,’ says new...

In a free-wheeling interview with LiCAS News' Jose Kalathil, Father Kozhichira shares his plans for the organization in the region

Pope Francis warns of toxicity in social media, calls for inclusion...

In a message on July 18, the Holy Father also called for the inclusion of currently excluded communities into “the digital space”

Message of Pope Francis to the participants in the SIGNIS World...

SIGNIS, the World Catholic Association for Communication, will hold its 2022 World Congress in Seoul, South Korea, from August 16-19, 2022

Vatican official outlines Christian response to ‘fake news’

Bishop Paul Tighe said Christians need to critically discern what digital and social media offer based on Christ and His teaching

Catholics urged to be ‘credible communicators’ of truth amid lies, fake...

Bishop Paul Tighe said “intergenerational dialogue” needs to be promoted to aid netizens in being alert to risks found in social media

International Day for Countering Hate Speech

It comes at a special moment of world history when hate speech in several parts of the globe seems to have become the order of the day

Challenge to Catholic communicators

“Communication does not take place if listening has not taken place, and there is no good journalism without the ability to listen"

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