May 8, 2016, is the 50th World Communications Day, and if you live in the Boston area, please come and celebrate with us two weeks early, on this coming Sunday, April 24th!
We invite all Catholics involved in a media-related profession to join us in praise and gratitude for the wonderful gifts God has given humanity to communicate; to celebrate you and the work that you do. If you work in a media-related profession, in the secular world or for a Catholic organization, you are a media professional. If you are a Catholic artist, writer, blogger, musician, radio host, etc., (not necessarily full-time, but it is a part of your life), then you are a media professional. If you are involved in a media-related field in any way, please join us!
The 50th World Communications Day Mass
Sunday, April 24, 2016 at 2 P.M.
Main Celebrant: Rev. Robert Reed
President/CEO iCatholic Media, Inc., and
Secretary for Catholic Media of the Archdiocese of Boston
at the Daughters of St. Paul Convent Chapel
50 Saint Paul’s Avenue
Jamaica Plain, MA 02130
RSVP appreciated. Email: WCDMass@Paulinemedia.com. For more information.
Mass will be followed by refreshments and a panel discussion of “What is mercy and how do we communicate it?” Panelists include: Jaymie Stuart Wolfe, Christopher Kelly, Sr. Hosea Rupprecht, FSP, and George Martell.
One of the most important aspects of the day is Pope Francis’ Message for World Communications Day, Communication and Mercy–a Fruitful Encounter, which you can find here.