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Title: Digitally mediated rosary
Other Titles: Hybrid church : blending online and offline community
Authors: Pulis, Matthew
Keywords: Digital media -- Religious aspects
Communication -- Religious aspects
Technology -- Religious aspects -- Christianity
COVID-19 (Disease)
COVID-19 (Disease) -- Religious aspects
Issue Date: 2020-10
Publisher: Groove Books
Citation: Pulis, Matthew (2020). Digitally mediated rosary. In P. Phillips (Ed.), Hybrid church : blending online and offline community. Grove Books.
Abstract: In every walk of life, the COVID-19 pandemic has presented challenges and opportunities like never before. For Christian ministry, it has forced us to get out of our buildings and find God in the wild. This lively study paints a picture of a church without walls. It provides a case study of what has been done in the parish of Dingli and how we as practitioners responded to our contexts with hybrid forms of engagement that enabled people to encounter God wherever they were, and accept his invitation to walk with him along the way.
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