When a city builds a road, once the digging is over and dust settles, everyone can travel on it — locals, business people, visitors, wanderers, even those up to no good
Pope Benedict XVI, addressing participants at the assembly of the Pontifical Council for Social Communications in March, offered his views about the media today.
Two broadcast journalists at Kenya’s only Catholic radio station have won international awards recognizing their work in the fight against HIV/AIDS.
Pope Benedict XVI on the 41st World Communications Day invites us to reflect on the formation of children and on the less obvious but no less important aspect, the formation of the media.
A message from Chiara Lubich as Focolare magazines clock half a century
The TV Turnoff Network, a Washington-based non-profit organization, is sponsoring its 11th annual National TV Turnoff Week
An Irish journalist’s efforts at digging deeper spiritually in reporting the death of a child
Read impressions from four workshops at the recent NetOne conference in Rome.
800 communicators from a variety of fields gather to contribute to improving an area of our ever-evolving world