Welcome to IC 2012

Incarnating the Gospel in the Digital World

Come join us January 23 – January 26, 2012 for the Third International INTERACTIVE CONNECTIONS CONFERENCE as we celebrate and explore faith-based educational technology for ministry and evangelization in the 21st Century.

Are you a pastoral tech guru? Enthusiast or advocate? Maybe you’re a newbie who’s excited about learning and sharing new ideas? No Matter what your background, INTERACTIVE CONNECTIONS 2012 is for you! As we gather, we will focus on – Incarnating the Gospel in the Digital World!

Are you wondering how social media can be an integral part of your ministry? How a blog can be used with RCIA candidates, Confirmation students, or as a communication tool with your parents?  Would you like to help teens connect with their faith in an online environment? Are you interested in how digital storytelling could be used to tell the story of your parish , school, and various ministries? Would you like to create engaging and interactive digital videos for your ministry? Do you want your parish to have an online presence? These are just a few of the topics that will be covered.

Fr. Larry Rice

Fr. Larry Rice, C.S.P.

Keynote speaker Fr. Lawrence Rice, C.S.P,  previous Director of Catholic Campus Ministry at Ohio State University and an Associate at Paulist Media Works and Paulist Communications, will focus on Preparing for the Post-computer Church. Currently he is a member of the Paulist Congregation team, as first Consultor.

The Paulists seek to be a bridge between contemporary culture and Catholicism by presenting the Gospel truths in fresh ways that are compelling so that the fullness of the Catholic Church can be shared effectively with others. The Paulists use all available media to accomplish this end, beginning in print with the founding of Catholic World magazine in 1865 and continuing and extending their mission in the work of Paulist Press and in radio, film, and Internet ministries.

IC 2012 co-locates with the Florida Educational Technology Conference  to benefit from over 200 sessions featuring current and emerging technologies, as well as best practices developed through research and experience.  The FETC Expo features over 500 vendors offering new ideas and contacts for resources.

Two CEUs from the University of Dayton are included in the registration.


October 10, 2011 at 11:22 pm 3 comments

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