Omnes participates in Assembly for Social Communications

The Conference, which is usually held in January, will take place from next Monday and will end with the presentation of the Bravo! awards of the Spanish Episcopal Conference.

Maria José Atienza-May 14, 2021-Reading time: < 1 minutes

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 The Annual Assembly of Delegates to the Episcopal Commission for Social Communications (CECS) will be held from May 17 to 19 under the theme "Challenges of communication today: the need and commitment to communicate the truth. 

Msgr. José Manuel Lorca Planes, Bishop of Cartagena, will preside for the first time this meeting that will end at noon on Wednesday 19, with the ceremony of the Bravo! 2020 Awards.

In this issue, Omnes participated in the Round Table with religious magazines together with other publications in the sector such as Vida Nueva or Ecclesia and media delegations from various Spanish dioceses on Tuesday afternoon.

Previously, the delegates will address topics such as the figure and the acts of commemoration of the Centenary of the Birth of Blessed Manuel Garrido, "Lolo", a journalist born in Linares and the conference of the Secretary General of the Episcopal Conference, Monsignor Luis Argüello, on "A Christian culture in times of Covid and post-Covid. The stolen words".

The Apostolic Nuncio to Spain, Bishop Bernardito Auza, will speak at the final session of the meeting with a reflection on the 55th Message for the World Communications Daywhich is presented with the theme "Come and See" (Jn 1, 46). Communicate by meeting people as and where they are.

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