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Focus: Good News in the 21st Century

September 8, 2012
In Jesus’ time, his message spread by word of mouth from one village to another. Today, Jesus’ message is one among thousands. How do we get our story out there in the age of twitter and blogs? The Association of Roman Catholic Communicators tries to answer this question, bringing together Catholic communicators to share resources and experiences. Alicia Ambrosio speaks to some of those people who work everyday to spread the Good News in this modern age, and she sits down with Joseph Sinasac, President of the ARCC and Joanne McGarry, executive director of the Catholic Civil Rights League to find out how they get their voice heard.
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