Media-audience dynamic changed
December 6, 2017
‘Grace’ the iguana causes mayhem
December 7, 2017

Catholic media in the Caribbean must be relevant

The challenges facing the Catholic News in its evolution to become more relevant on questions of Caribbean identity are not only faced by the local paper but are shared by the eight monthly Catholic newspapers that are published in the Caribbean.

“What can these papers do to be the medium in the tremendous challenge of re-evangelisation of Caribbean people?” asked Bishop Clyde Harvey of St George’s-in-Grenada in his presentation at the Catholic News Symposium The Pursuit of Truth in the Age of Fake News November 18 at the St Dominic’s Pastoral Centre, Diego Martin.

Bishop Harvey said the way forward in a digital era is for Catholic media to clarify moral standpoints of the Church and to speak out on deeper matters of faith, without fear; and become involved in investigative journalism that matches the major Catholic newspapers of the world like the United Kingdom’s The Tablet.

Subscribe or login below to view the rest of this story.

Subscribe to the Digital Archive | Log-In to Catholic News.