Thursday, April 29, 2010

Registration for the Catholic New Media Celebration is OPEN NOW!

The Catholic New Media Celebration is coming to Boston!  

The date is Sat. Aug 7, with a full day's program designed to teach and inspire. It's one-part conference day and one-part inspiration and community-building. 

We are pleased to announce that the CNMC is being hosted at the Pastoral Center of the Archdiocese of Boston, home of Cardinal Sean O'Malley, a regular in the blogosphere, and who is scheduled to take part in the day!

There's also a preliminary reception, sponsored by The Catholic Company, the night before, and an invitation to join us for Mass at Catholic TV on Sunday. 

(BTW, "MMX" = 2010, for those of you who forget your Roman numerals.)

Sign up now to take part!  Book your flights and your hotels!
If you live near Boston, we can't wait to meet you!

There's a podcasting track, a blogging track, even a children's track (tho' space is limited on that one).

Come meet your favorite SQPN podcasters at this 3rd annual event!  (Yours truly can't wait to meet you in person!)

Come listen to keynotes from Lino Rulli, that Catholic Guy from Serius XM radio, and Lino at Large... and Fr. Robert Reed, head of Catholic TV.  

Fr. Roderick Von Hogan, Founder and CEO of SQPN and host to so many Catholic podcasts (The Break, Secrets of Harry Potter, Biggest Loser, Secrets of Farmville, et al), and will lead a crackerjack team of SQPN podcasters in the podcasting track, and the blogging track features the talents of Thomas Peters (American Papist at, Sarah Reinhard, (Just Another Day of Catholic Pondering), Rachel Balducci (Testosterhome, Faith and Family Live) and more.

If you produce Catholic content for new media, there's the new media gallery to show off your talents and expertise.  Sign up now!

And the event still has room for a few more sponsors!  Your business or organization can benefit from this growing media network!

This CNMC is for people who are interested in using new media as part of the New Evangelization and spreading the good news via the internet.  No experience necessary. Come watch and learn.  For those veterans out there, this is a time to grow your craft and to network with others in this exciting field.

For full details go here.

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