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WORLDPRIEST.TV News Silence and Word: Path of Evangelization

4/18/2012 - 2:10 PM PST

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WORLDPRIEST.TV LAUNCH
SILENCE AND WORD: PATH OF EVANGELIZATION
www.worldpriest.com

MESSAGE OF HIS HOLINESS
POPE BENEDICT XVI
FOR THE 46th WORLD COMMUNICATIONS DAY

NEW YORK, NY (April 18 2012) - "Word and silence: learning to communicate is learning to listen and contemplate as well as speak. This is especially important for those engaged in the task of evangelization: both silence and word are essential elements, integral to the Church’s work of communication for the sake of a renewed proclamation of Christ in today’s world. To Mary, whose silence “listens to the Word and causes it to blossom”, (Loreto, 1 September 2007), I entrust all the work of evangelization which the Church undertakes through the means of social communication." --Pope Benedict XVI

WorldPriest was launched in 2005 by Archbishop Diarmuid Martin, Archbishop of Dublin, Ireland, who said at the launch that "Worldpriest.com is an example of how communications technology can be more than just technology. It can actually be an instrument for fostering spirituality. I hope this service will be continued and deepened as the years go on."

Through the utilisation of the communications media with its many facets we have embarked upon many activities over the years in support and affirmation to priests worldwide through www.worldpriest.com.

WORLDPRIEST is proud to announce an exciting new development which will be an extension of our Apostolate and a celebration of World Communications Day on Sunday 20th May 2012 view, share, enjoy our introductory programme, "Silence and Word: Path of Evangelization”. The production featured here http://worldpriest.publishpath.com/worldpriest-tv announces the launch of WORLDPRIEST TV

What to expect from WORLDPRIEST TV?

WORLDPRIEST TV is currently working on a new series based on the Sacraments of the Catholic Church called "Back To Basics". These programs deal with the basic foundations of each sacrament and their abiding power to heal, renew and strengthen us on our pilgrim journey.

To make a donation or to receive further information please contact:

Ireland: MEDIA CONTACT

Postal Address. :
WorldPriest, Saint Mary’s, Bloomfield Avenue, Morehampton Road, Donnybrook, Dublin 4, Ireland.

Marion Mulhall
Niall Kennedy

Phone: 00 353 1 2314600
Email: info@worldpriest.com


USA:MEDIA CONTACT

Postal Address. WorldPriest Inc. 410 Park Avenue, 15th floor New York NY 10022, USA

Marion Mulhall
Monsignor Michael Curran
Niall Kennedy
Berni Neal

Phone: (212)2318265
Email: info@worldpriest.com

WORLDPRIEST INC is registered in the US as a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization and contributions are deductible to the fullest extent allowed by the law.

WORLDPRIEST in Ireland is a registered charity: Charity Reg No: CHY 15473

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Worldpriest INC
http://www.worldpriest.com  NY, 10022 US
Marion  Mulhall - Founder & President , 

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TV, SILENCE, PRIESTS,EVANGELIZATION, VATICAN

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