Tweet Catholic, unite Catholics online  

WASHINGTON — Social media is becoming an increasingly important part of everyday life in the United States and around the world, and Catholics are finding ways to make a unique mark on the social media world. "I think the Church is catching on to using social media in bigger and bigger ways. The Church has got some pretty big toes stuck into the water right now ... and I'm excited to see the splash that's coming in the next year or two," Matt Warner, creator of Tweet Catholic and author of, told Catholic News Service.

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