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.Catholic to Be Channel to Share Church’s Teachings, Values

Vatican’s Communications Secretariat establishes bureau called DotCatholic

The Secretariat for Communications announced a new web initiative on Monday: a dedicated office – DotCatholic – to inform and engage the worldwide virtual community with Catholic doctrine, preaching, and ethos.

Here is Vatican Radio’s translation of the statement from the Secretariat:

At the invitation of the Secretariat of State of the Holy See, the Secretariat for Communications has established a Bureau called “DotCatholic” with the purpose of utilizing a generic Internet domain name (.catholic) of the first level, in order to share the teachings, the message and the values of the Catholic Church with the broader global community in Cyberspace.

The former director of Vatican Radio’s Information Technology department, Eng. Mauro Milita, has been named head of the new working group, which counts 7 IT technicians on its staff.

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