Join Us in Our New Online Communities
In a world like this, media can help us to feel closer to one another, creating a sense of the unity of the human family which can in turn inspire solidarity and serious efforts to ensure a more dignified life for all…The internet, in particular, offers immense possibilities for encounter and solidarity. — Pope Francis
Catholic Social Services is now active on several social media channels, and we invite you to connect with us and to become part of the new communities we are building online.
Using social media, we offer the people we are already in touch with new ways to reach out to us, to talk to us. We also hope to reach people who may not already be aware of the services we offer or the work we do.
You can find news about our latest events and updates from our different ministries on Facebook and Twitter.
On Pinterest, we're sharing resources about issues that are important to people who are a part of, or served by, our agency.
And last but definitely not least, we will be using YouTube to share our videos!
We welcome you to friend and follow the accounts, to share our news with others, and to participate in our online community through your own comments and questions.
You can visit our accounts any time by clicking on the social media icons in the top-right corner of this page.
As we build our online community, we also remain committed to connecting with you in person – and in print!
In his message for World Communications Day, Pope Francis said that “Those who communicate, in effect, become neighbours.”
Together, let us build a neighbourhood that is inclusive and caring, using the communication tools available to us, both online and in person.
Stephen J. Carattini,
CEO, Catholic Social Services and Catholic Charities