The Media: A Fascinating Challenge for the Family

smaller text tool iconmedium text tool iconlarger text tool icon

COLF's 2006 Message Twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, twelve months a year, the media bombards us with a variety of information and opinions. Their impact on our ways of living and thinking is real and their power is immense. In its 2006 Annual Message to Families, the Catholic Organization for Life and Family (COLF) encourages parents and children to become media-savvy consumers, and to get actively involved in the media.

Christ’s disciples have never had access to more powerful and effective means to promote truth, justice and common good. However, we must learn to testify to others about what gives meaning to our lives! This colourful leaflet offers concrete ways to acquire media competence — the “Media Workshop 101”.

With your family, friends and colleagues, at home, in your parish, school or university, learn to speak up on important issues. Here is a valuable resource for the faithful who want to make a difference in Canadian society!

Click here to read "The Media: A Fascinating Challenge for the Family".

Each year, COLF sends a new message to families. The most recent ones were entitled:

q World Peace: A Family Recipe!”

“The Christian Family: Good News for the World”

The Catholic Organization for Life and Family is co-sponsored by the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops (CCCB) and the Knights of Columbus Supreme Council. It promotes respect for human life and dignity, and the essential role of the family.

For more information contact:
Sylvain Salvas
Director, Communications Service
Tel: (613) 241-9461
Fax: (613) 241-9048
This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it



Last Updated on Tuesday, October 20 2009  
The Holy See
Canadian Centre for Ecumenism
Catholic Organization for Life and Family
Salt + Light
wydcanada en quicklink DP EN Quick   

2018synod en
Amoris Laetitia Reflection Guide
wydcanada en logo
Euthanasia EN


The colours of the web site represent the official heraldic insignia of Bishops. The green corresponds to the galero (ecclesiastical hat) and six tassels on each side that make up the crest and supporters of the coat of arms of each Bishop while the gold represents the processional cross. More info...