Digital Discipleship: Transforming Ministry Through Technology

Merry Christmas!

Merry Christmas!

A Christmas Message from our Aussie friends – Fraynework

Dear wonderful family and friends of CyberPilgrim , Digital Catechesis , Digital Discipleship Boot Camp, and Twitter :

One of the real joys of the Christmas Season is the opportunity to say Thank You and to wish you the very best for the New Year. May your Christmas be rich with family love, warm with friendship, happy with life’s goodness and blessed with the joys of the season.

I am especially blessed with the many friendships that have developed over the years by our wondering about, struggling with, dreaming of, feeling challenged by the technology world that surrounds us in this 21st Century.

Many of us may be Digital Immigrants and others are Digital Natives. Regardless of our tech experience, we are faced with effectively evangelizing in a Digital Culture. Thank you for being part of this digital journey.

Like the shepherds in the field, we are surprised by a bright light only to discover Jesus. Like the Three Wise Men, we will journey miles in order to be led to Jesus. Today, we can be evangelizers to lead others to Jesus in new ways with Digital Tools.

In 2013, I will continue to share my insights with you and I count on you to join in the conversation. It is in sharing our wisdom with one another in collaborative ways via blogs, wikis, twitter, Facebook and more that we will become more comfortable to evangelize in this Digital Continent to bring the Lord Jesus to others. I will be taking a brief break during this Christmas season to enjoy family and friends. I’ll be back in January!

Warmest thoughts and best wishes for a wonderful Holiday and a Happy New Year!

Comments on: "Wishing you all the Joy, Hope and Wonder of Christmas!" (7)

  1. Thank you Carolyn for your warm wishes, and for you – I wish the same with an abundance of blessings for Christmas and the New Year.
    You will be interested to know that your communication to us is usually shared with my colleagues here at St. Cecelia School here in Clearwater, Florida, but also with my sister who is an Ursuline Sister, currently in Barbados. It is the Lord’s command to “cast your nets”, and with the internet – this is happening.
    Bless you for all you do in sharing/living the Gospel Message.

  2. Merry Christmas, Sister.
    Your blog has been very helpful in providing relevant information on digital catechesis. I serve on a parish communications team responsible for guiding the parish’s transition into the digital world. Just yesterday our first ever parish Facebook page went “live”. We will be announcing it to the community during the Christmas liturgies. God Bless You.

  3. Have a wonderful Christmas! You are such a gift to all of us. Thanks for creating and maintaining Digital Catechesis and for guiding us into the digital world 🙂

  4. Joanna Haston said:

    Merry Christmas, Sr. Caroline, and thank you for all of your effort and work to get us into the digital world! Enjoy your holy days and holidays; we await whatever you share come January. 🙂

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