The Internet and Prayer
Surfing the Divine: McLuhan Looks at Religion Looks at McLuhan is a seminar
probing the effects of the Internet on prayer. It will be held under The Marshall McLuhan Initiative
at St. Paul’s College on Saturday, May 7,
It will feature 10 contributors from around the world, including:
, host and creator of CBC Radio’s Spark
, inventor of Confession: a Catholic App
, who, with his father, Marshall, wrote the book, Laws of Media
, csb, Chief Executive Officer of Salt and Light Media (Radio, TV and Internet)
, osb, Director of St. Benedict’s Retreat and Conference Centre
The seminar is open to:
– in ministry, pastoral work or theology; Christian and other faith
– interested in exploring the social effects of new technologies
– media people and academics
– curious about the latest developments of modern society and/or the juxtaposition of
two topics that do not, on the surface, seem to be related to each other.
Registration fees, including a free subscription to the upcoming online version of the seminar, are
for all day participation, and $99.00
for only the morning session.
Receive a 10% discount
by registering before April 23.
For more information, download the Fact Sheet
(PDF format), email email@example.com
or phone (204) 475‐0202.
To register please download and submit the Registration Form