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The CBC Commission on Social Communications (SOCOM) promotes the voice of the Church in the public arena, interacts with the vast world of both Christian and secular media, develop, organizes and conducts media education and awareness programs, and forms Church media operators.

“We need to practice the art of listening, which is more than simply hearing.  Listening, in communication, is an openness of heart which makes possible that closeness without which genuine spiritual encounter cannot occur.” (EG171)

The SOCOM Commission is focused on sharing news, views and social issues of the faith events and current happenings in the Catholic Church and in the society.

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Appeal to Public Penance

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Appeal to Public Penance

Open Letter:

Diocese of Alotau-Sideia

26 Aug. 2020

 

This is to condemn in the highest terms the gross and deadly physical assault done on the person of Fr. Neil Lams, inside his house last 14thof August, 2020. 

Staff at Catholic Diocese of Lae Health

Catholic Health Services receive PPE's

Caritas Correspondent

Port Moresby: Catholic Health facilities across the country have finally began receiving the much-needed Personal Protective Equipment (PPEs) from Caritas Australia and the Catholic Health Service Secretariat (CHSS). 

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DBTI Integrated Waste Management

Fr. Ariel Macatangay SDB,

Port Moresby: Catholic Health facilities across the country have finally began receiving the much-needed Personal Protective Equipment (PPEs) from Caritas Australia and the Catholic Health Service Secretariat (CHSS). 

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Seminar leaves lasting impression 

Nigel Akuani

Port Moresby: Catholic Health facilities across the country have finally began receiving the much-needed Personal Protective Equipment (PPEs) from Caritas Australia and the Catholic Health Service Secretariat (CHSS). 

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Increasing Media Awareness of COVID-19

Abigail Seta

Madang: Eighteen students of the Communication Arts Department of Divine Word University have raised awareness on COVID-19 and the environment through short films and jingles. The students from the second, third and fourth year were a...

COVID19 ALERT!