Media blitz can help youths find Gospel in digital deluge, speaker says

Farasoa Mihaja Bemahazaka, right, a university student from Madagascar, talks with Conventual Franciscan Father Enzo Fortunato, director of the press office of the Sacred Convent of Assisi, during a news conference at the Vatican Jan. 31. (CNS/Giancarlo Giuliani, Catholic Press Photo)

(CNS) The best way the church can be heard and seen amid the deluge of the information age is to launch a media blitz of simple answers to life’s deepest questions, a young Catholic journalist told a Vatican news conference.

“People always say it should be quality over quantity; perhaps this was true once upon a time, but today quantity is necessary,” said Alessio Antonielli, who works for the Conventual Franciscan-run San Francesco Review magazine in Assisi. [More]


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