Using Modern Tools for a Timeless Message

There’s an interesting reality that the Church faces when it proclaims the Good News.  On one hand we preach timeless truths about Jesus Christ using the simplest words and actions to convey God’s everlasting love for humanity.  On the other hand we utilize modern technology to extend this message far beyond our immediate personal contact.  Thirty years ago we relied on print, television and radio…and while these tools are still employed, the internet has transformed how people receive information.

As a podcaster, I am honored to share the daily work I do as a parish priest with a larger community.  Over the last year Catholic Inspiration has been available on iHeart Radio, and just this month you can now find my podcasts on Spotify.

So whether it’s

please know how thankful I am for your support of my ministry.

And if you get the chance…I would be grateful if you would consider the most crucial and powerful tool of all: word of mouth.  If you find these podcasts at all helpful for your faith please pass them on to your family and friends!

God bless you all in this Holy Season!

Archive of Fr. Andrew’s Podcasts

 

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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