Through the spread and prevalence of technology in our contemporary world, especially digital media, we live in an environment where we are constantly presented with information. We are challenged, due to the volume and types of information, to discern what is important and helpful, and we are also challenged to be good stewards of our time while using technology in our daily lives. The focus of this issue of PRAXIS on the topic of digital media is important in our ministry as teachers and leaders in our parishes. To guide others in learning and applying our Faith, we must also be aware of the challenges above and help others understand the priority of our Faith and our relationship with God.

In This Issue


Listening, Learning and Slowing Down
An Interview with Dr. Mary Hess

Navigating Youth Engagement in Digital Media
Niko Savas

Toward Thoughtfully Critiquing and Creating Digital Media
Rev. Dr. Anton C. Vrame


Athenagoras: Ecumenical Patriarch (1948–1972)
Rev. Dr. Anton C. Vrame

2018 National St. John Chrysostom Oratorical Festival
Angeliki Constantine

Top Speeches
Junior Division: Stephen Kaelin
Senior Division: Victoria Martine

Marketing Jesus: Sharing the Good News in a Digital Age
Jamil Samara

Relationships and Digital Discipline
Meredyth Houpos

Exposed: One Family's Story

Getting Things Done for Teens: Take Control of Your Life in a Distracting World – David Allen, Mike Williams & Mark Wallace
Reviewed by Sarah Parro

The Church in a Digital Age
Rev. Dr. Anton C. Vrame

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