The John Cardinal Foley Chair of Homiletics and Social Communications at St. Charles Borromeo Seminary will sponsor the Digital Church Conference at Mandeville Hall (the Haub School of Business) at St. Joseph’s University on Oct. 18 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Leaders in parishes, schools and in faith formation roles, including pastors and other Catholics, will learn about electronic communications in and for the Catholic Church. The one-day seminar features information on perfecting websites, building social networks, evangelizing online and more.
Speakers include Brandon Vogt, editor of “The Church and New Media;” Matthew Warner, founder and CEO of Flocknote; and Josh Simmons, founder and CEO of eCatholic.
Mandeville Hall is located at City Avenue and North 54th Street in Philadelphia.
Early registration (until Sept. 30) is $45 person.
Visit the Cardinal Foley Chair’s website to register for the conference or call 610-785-6530 for more information.
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