Posts Tagged ‘Christian’

The Average Church Services TV viewer

Tuesday, January 18th, 2011

So who is the average Church Services TV viewer? http://www.churchservices.tv/

• You most likely have our website bookmarked or google “Church Services Tv” – 7/10 Viewers.
• If you are not watching us from Ireland or the UK you are most watching us from the US, Poland, Australia, Canada, Singapore, Spain, Italy or Brazil.
• You are most likely to watch on a Sunday or a Holyday. Your least favorite day is Tuesday.
• You may be a new visitor as 1/4 visits are new and once you visit you keep coming back as 1 in 3 people have visited more than 50 times (3/20 have visited more than 200 times).
• You are five times more likely to visit our site on an iPhone than an android phone.
• Your favorite pages are the pages showing the individual churches live streams. But you also like to read the news section on http://www.churchservices.tv/articles/story/?feedtype=newslist , the events section and our blog of which your favorite story last week was http://blog.churchservices.tv/2011/01/05/share-the-good-news/ .

Share the Good News

Wednesday, January 5th, 2011

‘Share the Good News’ – the first ever National Directory for Catechesis in Ireland was launched today in Dublin by Bishop William Murphy. It is historical as it’s the first ever directory, researched and written over the past five years, and presented within an Irish context. It offers a genuine opportunity for adult education of Catholics about their faith. It is written in understandable language, beautifully illustrated and presented. The contents will appeal to Catholic people wherever they find themselves on their faith journey. Guidance, understanding, thought provoking and call to appropriate action are some of the results of delving into this book. It is for all Catholics. Parish and family life are once again acknowledged and promoted as the basic units of Christian and Catholic community.   Catholic religious education is an important topic today in a changing Ireland.  This debate will continue. The future of the faith is the responsibility of all Catholics. ‘Share the Good News’ is required reading for all who wish to be Catholic in Ireland. It is available from Veritas bookshops or on www.veritas.ie.

The addresses given by Cardinal Seán Brady and Archbishop Diarmuid Martin at today’s launch can be viewed on www.catholicbishops.ie –News section.

Tony