The Joys of Technology!

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It used to be so simple.  You teach, preach, and listen to others.  And there is no replacement for the quality and power that comes from a direct connection with another person.  Our faith in Jesus Christ is best communicated in a direct and personal way.

As technology improves, our ability to communicate has been transformed…and ministry adapts to reach people where they’re at so that the Good News can continue to be proclaimed.

With that in mind, I am working to use social media as effectively as possible, and I will welcome any suggestions and support you have.  Currently I use facebook to promote two key resources:

  • http://www.studyprayserve.com – my website where I offer reflections on the Scriptures
  • “Catholic Inspiration” – my podcasts of homilies, retreats, and Catholic presentations

If you are finding these resources helpful, please pass them on to others.  I have learned that there is nothing more powerful than to “share” a post with one’s own family and friends; after all our own testimony is the strongest endorsement we can give.

I’m looking forward to doing what I can to help us all grow closer to the Lord and one another.  God bless you all!

About Fr. Andrew Ricci

A Catholic priest since 1997, Fr. Andrew Ricci is currently the rector of the Cathedral of Christ the King in Superior, WI. His website "Three Great Things" can be found at studyprayserve.com and his podcasts can be found under "Catholic Inspiration" in the iTunes store. View all posts by Fr. Andrew Ricci

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