How do we move from online networks to human communities?
How do we make friends in person, and not just online?
These are the questions that Pope Francis has asked the Catholic Church to consider while preparing for World Communications Day 2019. Father Thomas Dailey, O.S.F.S. shares how we can use the gift of modern media to build authentic connections with each other.
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