Yesterday, I attended the Catholic New Media Conference in Kansas City, KS. Sponsored by SQPN, this annual conference allows people involved in all kinds of media apostolates to meet each other, hear from Catholic speakers who are using new media, and share ideas.
I attended the first CNMC in Atlanta in 2008, and it was a blessing to be able to participate again.
I captured the audio from two presentations over the weekend:
- a keynote by Sr. Anne Flanagan, FSP
- a presentation by Matthew Warner, CEO and founder of flockNote.com
Both talks are now available on my podcast feed.
|Sr. Anne Flanagan, FSP keynote (MP3)
With a lively online presence, Sr. Anne mainains five blogs, three Ustream channels and designs apps for her community’s apostolate, Pauline Books and Media. An author and a blogger as well, her mission, and that of the Daughters of St. Paul, is to spread the Word of God through all available forms of media. Duration: 46 minutes.
|Matthew Warner presentation – New Media in the Church: The good news, the bad news, and the hope (MP3)
As CEO and Founder of flockNote.com (a communication and registration tool for Catholic parishes), a blogger for National Catholic Register and FallibleBlogma.com, Matt has his finger on the pulse of all things in Catholic media. Duration: 59 minutes.
Many of the presentations are available over at MidsouthCatholic.