- Oct 23, 2020
A pandemic-induced change to a film festival still brought about two winners in this year’s Signis jury competition at Filmfest D.C. in Washington.
The president of SIGNIS urged the world’s bishops as the “chief storyteller” in their diocese to use all media at their disposal to “make known” stories “of faith and hope” and of local Catholic heroes who exemplify Christ’s love to give people courage in “difficult times,” like this current pandemic.
While USCCB takes a stand in favor of net neutrality, Catholics remain divided.
Signis, an international Catholic communications organization, said that as president, Helen Osman will focus on strengthening the association so members “can communicate their inspiration and ideas more effectively and put into practice the mission of Signis ‘to transform our cultures in the light of the Gospel.'”