Media, Culture, and Catholicism

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Rowman & Littlefield, 1996 - Religion - 220 pages
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This collection of essays addresses the issues of communication and ministry in a mass-media dominated society.
 

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Contents

Communications Media and the State of Theology
3
The Catholic Imagination and the Catholic University
21
Media Church The Presentation of Religious Information via Media
27
Contexts History Philosophy Theory
35
Visible Image and Invisible Faith
37
Communicative Form and Theological Style
55
Ministry in an Age of Communications
67
Models of Church and Communication
82
Communication and the Art of Presiding
121
Preaching the Gospel in a Video Culture
133
The Use of Media in the Teaching of Church History
144
Possibilities of Audiovisual Narrative for Moral Formation
157
Formation of Church Leaders for Ministering in the Technological Age
171
Forums for Dialogue Teleconferencing and the American Catholic Church
191
References
201
Index
211

Practices Worship Homiletics Teaching
107
Religious Symbolism and Mass Communication
109
About the Authors
217
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