Communications Ministry

Our Parish Multimedia Department

Sharing the Good News to the world!

Gifted Writers

Alternative Title: Writer, Reporter, Researcher/Historian, Editor, Social Media

Areas of service for Gifted Writers

  • Parish News Writer - Catholic Herald Parish.
  • Bulletin Blur Posts -  Last three weeks of each month.
  • Social Media Maximizer -  Keep up with our parish social media platforms:  Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.




Alternative Title: Web editor, graphics designer, print layout, photographer

Areas of service for Digital Media

  • Website and Mobile App-  weekly updates of Parish Website content.
  • Graphic Designer – for Parish print and web media.
  • Weekly Bulletin Newsletter - Construct monthly parish bulletin layout.
  • Photography + Video – Capture the real memories with your camera, archive and documentation.
  • Liturgy Support – Support our CCST Music Ministry by (1) help of displaying the powerpoint Order of Worship to the Masses or (2) composing powerpoint files.

Guidelines of our weekly bulletin


A quote from Pope Francis:


“In a world like this, media can help us to feel closer to one another, creating a sense of unity of the human family which can in turn inspire solidarity and serious efforts to ensure a more dignified life for all. Good communication helps us to grow closer, to know one another better, and ultimately, to grow in unity. The walls which divide us can be broken down only if we are prepared to listen and learn from one another. We need to resolve our differences through forms of dialogue which help us grow in understanding and mutual respect. A culture of encounter demands that we be ready not only to give, but also to receive. Media can help us greatly in this, especially nowadays, when the networks of human communication have made unprecedented advances. The internet, in particular, offers immense possibilities for encounter and solidarity. This is something truly good, a gift from God.

This is not to say that certain problems do not exist. The speed with which information is communicated exceeds our capacity for reflection and judgment, and this does not make for more balanced and proper forms of self-expression. The variety of opinions being aired can be seen as helpful, but it also enables people to barricade themselves behind sources of information which only confirm their own wishes and ideas, or political and economic interests. The world of communications can help us either to expand our knowledge or to lose our bearings. The desire for digital connectivity can have the effect of isolating us from our neighbors, from those closest to us. We should not overlook the fact that those who for whatever reason lack access to social media run the risk of being left behind.”

-- Message for the 48th World Communications Day, Jan. 24, 2014

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