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Introducing Strange Notions – Reason, Faith, and Dialogue

I have some extremely exciting news that I’ve been keeping under wraps for some time, and this morning it finally came out. At 9:00am ET, I launched StrangeNotions.com, a major evangelistic project which was two years in the making.     Strange Notions is designed to be the central place of dialogue between Catholics and atheists. One implicit goal is … Continue reading

3 Keys to Pope Benedict’s Legacy

By now, you’ve likely heard the big news that Pope Benedict XVI is retiring on February 28. I was recently asked to share my thoughts on the Pope’s legacy in 300 words or less. Here’s what I wrote: As an Evangelical Christian in 2008, “God’s Rottweiler” worried me. From what I knew he was a cold and stodgy disciplinarian with … Continue reading

Want to help your diocese master new media?

    Our world is swirling with new media. Facebook has over a billion users. Each minute YouTube adds 70 hours of video. And every day we send six billion text messages. For most Catholics this is both exciting and terrifying. We know this technology is powerful. And we know that we should be using it. But much of the … Continue reading

Cardinal Dolan

(Audio) Interview with Cardinal Timothy Dolan – On the Church and New Media

Today’s interview is a little unusual. First, it took place about a year ago, so I’ve waited awhile to post it. Second, I was actually the person being interviewed. Nevertheless, since it was such a great conversation with one of the Church’s most fascinating leaders, I thought I’d share it here. Back in November 2011, I had the pleasure of … Continue reading

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