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Fr. Norman Fischer talks about Real Life Radio and Evangelization Through Technology
It’s Catholic Blogger and New Media Week at An Engaging Faith!
Tune in as we look at being an authentic witness of our faith in the world through social media..
Monday: Rita Buettner, is currently the full-time Director of Marketing & Communications for Loyola University Maryland, and author of “Open Window” a blog for The Catholic Review for the Archdiocese of Baltimore. As a wife and mother of two sons she and her husband adopted from China, Rita’s writing focuses on the topics of adoption, infertility, and their life as a Catholic family.
Tuesday: Sara Babbs, of Fumbling Toward Grace is a married mother of three, writing from Indiana where she moved for love after growing up on the east coast. Sarah and her husband lead marriage prep classes for their parish in addition to daydreaming about becoming lunatic farmers. During stolen moments when the kids sleep and the laundry multiplies itself, Sarah writes about motherhood, Catholic social thought, and ponders the meaning of being a woman “made in the image of God”.
Wednesday: Tony Angesi, who is Finding God’s Grace in Everyday Life is the Senior Vice President of Rubber City Radio Group, WQMX, WONE, and WAKR in Akron and WNWV in Cleveland and member of Radio and Television Hall of Fame. A relentless storyteller, his Sunday blog and Wednesday podcast have an International audience in over 70 counties and has been translated in over 40 languages. Tony and his wife Diane have two adult sons and are members of the Sacred Heart of Jesus parish in Wadsworth, Ohio.
Thursday: Catholic New Media speaker, consultant and blogger, Angela Sealana wrote a groundbreaking thesis on evangelization & new media. This stirring work led to her selection and feature in The Church and the New Media by Brandon Vogt. Angela is currently also working full time in media & ministry for a Catholic evangelization apostolate in San Antonio, Texas. Today, she continues to lift up inspiring examples of Catholics using media at Inspired Angela .
Friday: Cajuntexasmom lends her candid voice to Ora et Labora et Maternitas (Pray and Work and Motherhood) at Cajuntexasmom.com. Wife to a former soldier and momma to four small kiddos ages 3-8, she is also the sole breadwinner, working full time outside the home. Peppering her blog with a smattering of the unique perspectives and everyday challenges of a working Catholic mom, Cajuntexasmom seeks to help build up other moms like her, who wonder if it’s possible to work outside the home and still be a wife and mom striving for sainthood.