Social Media & Networking

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March 13, 2009

Before Ash Wednesday, the Rev. Cathie Caimano "probably spent a couple of hours on Facebook" each day. Even her dog has a page on the popular social-networking website that allows friends to keep in touch. So when one of her parishioners at St. John's Episcopal Church in Wichita, Kansas,...

March 10, 2009

Editor's note: The October 2008 issue of Episcopal Life carried an article about various church manifestations on the Internet. The January 2009 issue carried a column expressing the opinion that a worship service on the Internet isn't the same as attending a "real" church. This month,...

February 25, 2009

"What are you doing?" asks the Church of England this Lent as it connects with people through the social networking site Twitter and a new Facebook application designed to get people to share their top tips for helping each other. The initiatives are designed to mobilize a viral movement...

October 5, 2008

After Compline, the cathedral is hushed. Some kneel in shafts of light tinted by stained glass. Others leave quietly, a few stopping to light a candle on the way out.

In the courtyard, the mood is lighter. "Nice outfit. How did you get it?" "How did you get it? Shouldn't the question be...

November 18, 2007

They're like monks of old, scribing texts on Scripture and theology, prayer and meditation, church governance and liturgics -- topics that resonate with them and their experiences of faith in the current day.

 

They're bloggers -- writers of Internet weblogs ("blogs," for short...

August 31, 2003

YOU CAN ORDER pizza on the Internet. You also can send mom flowers -- even if you wait until Mother's Day to order them. You can buy movie tickets, check the weather in Paraguay and read e.e. cummings' poetry.

Sometimes, you can find God. 

Explorefaith.org has been a forum for...

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