Rome, Italy, Sep 20, 2012 / 15:39 pm
Catholic media network Aleteia.org has launched a new website to present a collection of the "best print and multimedia content" from Catholic organizations across the globe.
"Today we're announcing that more than 1,000 Catholic institution movements and media are joined together launching a network to answer all the questions and information that people are looking for in the Internet," Jesus Colina, Chairman of Aleteia said Sept. 20 at the website's Rome launch.
Aleteia.org, which is a project of the Foundation for Evangelization through the Media, aims to promote a "global conversation on faith, life and society for all 'truth-seekers'" through the Internet.
Launching in English, Spanish, Portuguese, French, Italian and Arabic, Aleteia is just one part of the foundation's response to the Pope's call to bring the New Evangelization into the digital world.