St. Isidore Parish
Web Ministry

Internet Connection
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Our parish's web committee is made up of volunteer parishioners dedicated to aiding our ministries in meeting their missions and objectives in furtherance of the goals of our parish's Pastoral Plan:

GOAL I
To foster enthusiasm and authentic spiritual growth among individuals in our parish by providing opportunities for interior renewal, conversion, and deeper understanding of the Catholic faith.
GOAL II
To share our faith with all people in our community, whatever their social or cultural background, by inviting them to hear the message of salvation of Jesus Christ so they may come to join us in the fullness of the Catholic Faith.
GOAL III.
To foster Gospel values in our community, promoting the dignity of the human person, the importance of the family, and the common good of all people, so that our society may continue to be transformed by the saving power of Jesus Christ.

We invite you to provide feedback on our website: E-Mail to Webservant

If you would like to join our ministry, just contact the webservant! E-Mail to Webservant

Source:
PONTIFICAL COUNCIL FOR SOCIAL COMMUNICATIONS

THE CHURCH AND INTERNET

Vatican City, February 22, 2002,
John P. Foley, President
Pierfranco Pastore, Secretary
 
To Church Leaders: People in leadership positions in all sectors of the Church need to understand the media, apply this understanding in formulating pastoral plans for social communications together with concrete policies and programs in this area, and make appropriate use of media. Where necessary, they should receive media education themselves; in fact, "the Church would be well served if more of those who hold offices and perform functions in her name received communication training".
This applies to the Internet as well as to the older media. Church leaders are obliged to use "the full potential of the 'computer age' to serve the human and transcendent vocation of every person, and thus to give glory to the Father from whom all good things come". They ought to employ this remarkable technology in many different aspects of the Church's mission, while also exploring opportunities for ecumenical and interreligious cooperation in its use.
 
To Pastoral Personnel: Priests, deacons, religious, and lay pastoral workers should have media education to increase their understanding of the impact of social communications on individuals and society and help them acquire a manner of communicating that speaks to the sensibilities and interests of people in a media culture. Today this clearly includes training regarding the Internet, including how to use it in their work. They can also profit from websites offering theological updating and pastoral suggestions.
As for Church personnel directly involved in media, it hardly needs saying that they must have professional training. But they also need doctrinal and spiritual formation, since "in order to witness to Christ it is necessary to encounter him oneself and foster a personal relationship with him through prayer, the Eucharist and sacramental reconciliation, reading and reflection on God's word, the study of Christian doctrine, and service to others".

Internet Connection
Web Committee
Richard Calderon
Webster BeanieBob Guerin
Misty Guerrero
Pat Larson
Lloyd Leighton
Chuck & Miriam Page
Chris Pendilla
Michael Pugh
Florrie Turner
Moisés Valdez

Web Ministry Websters 2009
Top L-R: Chuck Page, Richard Calderon, Michael Pugh, Terri Poehland, Miriam Page, Misty Guerrero, Lloyd Leighton, Pat Larson, Yvonne Studinski (Sacred Heart, Alturas, Webster Lead).
Bottom, L-R: Fr. Martin Ramat, Fr. Francisco Gomez, Vicki Favela (St. Joseph, Marysville, Webster Co-Lead).
Missing: Chris Pendilla, Mike Conroy, Moises Valdez, Sharon Johnson, Connie Snider, Danny Thompson (St. Joseph, Marysville, Webster Co-Lead), Jennifer Hackney (Our Lady of Lourdes, Colusa, Webster Lead)

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