Does Mass on television “count”? And are your online friends really your friends?
Father Thomas Dailey, OSFS discusses how digital communications shapes our sense of community, especially when we gather (online or offline) to share our faith.
In his message for this year’s World Communications Day, Pope Francis has called for a unity that moves us all from a mere “like” to an “amen” that is grounded in real and welcoming relationships.
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