Sister Rose’s blog reaches 500,000 hits today

Since I moved my blog to WordPress on October 5, 2008 I never dreamed of 500.000 hits or page views. In this day of YouTube videos getting a million hits in a day or an hour, this half million in three years eight months, an average of 300 hits a day with 2,900 in one day in 2010, does not seem like much in the virtual scheme of things. Yet it provides me with a motive of thanksgiving for the Internet and the gift of communication between God’s people the world over and who knows? Maybe the universe. (We don’t know who might be listening, do we?)

WordPress sent me an analysis of that best day: March 9, 2010

Thank you for your visit, your time, your interest. Be assured of my prayers.

 

New movie review site at RCL Benziger for Catechesis & Religious Education

 

Click here to access site http://sisterrosemovies.com

Hope&Joy Communication and Culture program begins!


Hi everyone!

I am so happy to be here in South Africa again, to be part of a two-year program to prepare for the 50th anniversary of the beginning of the Second Vatican Council. I will only be here for a month, however!

Please visit my blog at the National Catholic Reporter for updates.

 

Media Literacy on the rise: Notes from World Summit on Media for Children and Youth

This is a bit late, but here is a blog entry I wrote for the national Catholic Reporter on the World Summit on Media for Children and Youth that I attended in Sweden in June:

Sr. Rose’s Notes on the World Summit on media for Children and Youth

NAMLE: National media literacy education association membership campaign

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Got media literacy?  Our organizational partner, the National Association for Media Literacy Education (NAMLE), is having a special membership offer through May 31st.  Join NAMLE today and…

– Your name will be entered in a drawing to win one of several fantastic prizes!

– Your membership payment will be matched by a generous donor!

–  Enjoy new membership benefits, including a FREE one-year subscription to MediaEdu and a 20% discount on an annual subscription to School Library Journal.

NAMLE is the leading organization in the United States dedicated to advancing media literacy education, outreach, and professional development. Join today!

For an example of an organization that is already promoting the NAMLE drive, check out Gateway Media Literacy Partners

The Pauline Center for Media Literacy is a founding organizational member of NAMLE. It is one of the best organizations that I belong to. If you feel frustrated about the media world, NAMLE is an organization that can offer authentic educational skills and practices to aid parents and teachers prepare students for our media world.

In both the books written by myself and Sr Gretchen Hailer, RSHM, we suggest NAMLE as an organization that can really assist parents and teachers in this digital universe.

To order click here http://www.pauline.org

To order click here http://www.smp.org

Introduction to Media Literacy set to begin Oct 24 – online course University of Dayton’s Virtual Learning Community for Faith Formation

 

The University of Dayton’s Virtual Learning Community for Faith Formation Home Pagevlcff

Click here to go directly to the VLC Course list; click on Introduction to media Literacy

Check it out!

Media Literacy in Singapore

I will have the honor of visiting our Sisters and Pauline Cooperators in Singapore before participating in the SIGNIS world congress in Chiang Mai, Thailand (www.signis.net) in October. Here is the publicity for Singapore – if you happen to be in the area! (Note: photo of me taken pre-Jenny Craig days 🙂

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