ACP on Social Media – Facebook & Twitter

ACP expands its social media presence with a new Facebook page.

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The  ACP is already making its presence felt on twitter.

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  1. Eddie Finnegan says:

    After 24 days we seem to be somewhat underwhelmed by ACP’s presence on Twitter. Even fewer of us tweet @ACPinIreland than appear on this forum.

    re one recent superficial @ACP tweet inspired by Sarah MacDonald’s superficial headlining of two lines from a thoughtful article by Vincent Twomey on “The Church in Ireland: The Present State and the Path Ahead”, why not reproduce Twomey’s full talk/article here and let us respond to it with the intelligence it deserves? Twitter has its uses but tends to foster superficial knee-jerks rather than either appreciation or argument.

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