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*Cardinal Foley addressing Catholic Media Convention Banquet in 2011 in Pittsburgh.* The third annual John Cardinal Foley Lecture on Social Communications by FR. THOMAS ROSICA, C.S.B. Saint Charles Borromeo Seminary, Philadelphia February 1, 2016 INTRODUCTION by Rev. Thomas F. Dailey, O.S.F.S. Good evening and welcome to Saint Charles Borromeo Seminary for this, the third annual ...read more
(Photo: CNS) Pope Francis says a lot of surprising and challenging things.  Often I read something he’s said or written and say to myself, “I can’t believe he said that.”  Still—as with anything else—we can become desensitized to his spontaneity and candour, and we risk glossing over some of his highly consequential statements. One recent statement ...read more
Pope Francis released his message for the 50th World Day of Communications, to take place on May 8, 2016. Read the full text of the message below: Communication and Mercy: A Fruitful Encounter Dear Brothers and Sisters, The Holy Year of Mercy invites all of us to reflect on the relationship between communication and mercy. ...read more
On Friday, June 26, 2015 Fr. Thomas Rosica gave the keynote address during the Catholic Media Convention held in Buffalo, New York. Read the full text of his address, Laudato Si, Signore, for the Story Within the Story, below: Keynote Address to the Catholic Media Convention Fr. Thomas Rosica, CSB  Hyatt Regency Hotel – Buffalo, ...read more
Address to US & Canadian Jesuit Formation Conference “Global Mission in a Digital Age”  by Fr. Thomas Rosica, CSB Loyola Marymount University – Los Angeles, California June 16, 2015 Over 300 Jesuits gathered at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, California this week – all Canadian and U.S. Jesuits currently in formation along with their ...read more
Fr. Thomas Rosica sat down with Karen Mair of CBC Radio on Thursday, November 13 to talk Pope Francis and communications in the Church on Mainstreet PEI. Listen to the full interview below: Original post. ...read more