Posts Tagged ‘Brandon Vogt’

From sceptics to shruggers: The six different kinds of lapsed Catholics

Friday, November 20th, 2015

A recent poll, which Fr Lucie-Smith has blogged about [recently], suggests that 40 per cent of the British don’t believe that Jesus was a real historical figure. Here is another depressing statistic from the US: 79 per cent of Catholics who lapse, do so before the age of 23. I learnt this from the blog Read more

Get tweeting – now!

Friday, October 28th, 2011

Get tweeting now! Why on earth would a church be terrified of using the new media? As Brandon Vogt, author of The Church and New Media says, if biblical stories have used pillars of fire, bright stars, burning bushes and a talking donkey to get the point across surely blogging, Facebook and Twitter are tame Read more

The Church and the new media

Friday, August 5th, 2011

A recently published book by Brandon Vogt “The Church and New Media” is described as  “not Danielle Steele or John Grisham, but this new book by blogger Brandon Vogt is a fascinating and — dare I say it? — provocative piece of work, though in this case “provocative” means “provoking thought.” In his review Greg Kandra says the Read more