The Association of Catholic Priests is now on Twitter

 The Association of Catholic Priests is now on Twitter.

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  1. Thomas Keane says:

    Good to see modern ways of connecting with people getting used.

    As a lay person, I would love to see more priests and parishes use social media. Maybe it might be possible for some prists to put the content of their homilies on a facebook page etc.

  2. Pat Rogers says:

    Dear Thomas.
    as far as I am concerned you are most welcome to put any content that you like from the resources section on your own Facebook page. I don’t use Facebook yet myself.
    Patrick Rogers

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