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Attend the Catholic New Media Celebration with a Virtual Ticket
A few weeks ago, I shared with you what makes the Catholic New Media Conference different than other social media conferences, but if you can't get yourself to Arlington, TX this next week, did you know that you can enjoy more sessions and workshops with the Virtual Ticket than you would if you attended in person? Crazy, I know. Unless I can figure out a way to clone myself, I can only attend one of the two  concurrent sessions, but with the Virtual Ticket, you get the audio to each and every session at the CNMC

With the Virtual Ticket, you won't have to choose between attending a panel discussion moderated by Fr. Roderick and a panel discussion led by Matthew Warner, or between SMAS friends Dorian Speed and Sarah Reinhard. You will get to hear all of them! And don't forget these amazing sessions:
  • "Telling the Catholic Story: What Mormons, Protestants, and Atheists Can Teach Us About Evangelizing Online" - Brandon Vogt
  • CNMC Tech Summit: "What makes a great organization website?" - Josh Simmons
  • "Being the Bearers of the Good News within a Digital Culture."- Bishop Christopher Coyne
  • "New Media, New Evangelization: Cogs in the Wheel of God's Orderly Chaos" - Elizabeth Scalia
  • "How Catholic Bloggers Can Change the World"- Jennifer Fulwiler
  • "A Catholic Presence on Youtube" - Rob Kaczmark of Spirit Juice Studios
Shelly & Lisa
And the best part of all *wink, wink* you will have the audio of Shelly and I presenting a workshop at the International Catholic Bloggers' Summit titled "Go Out In The World: Engaging Community." Our session will focus on five non-technical strategies designed to help the average blogger amplify their faith filled message in New Media. This is the first time Shelly and I will bring our speaking experiences together as a team. I'm sure it will be a "see it to believe it" event. 

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Use Promo Code "Spirit"
If you can't get away to DFW in person, the Virtual Ticket is the best way to experience the CNMC from your computer, at your leisure. And the best part, this Virtual Ticket is half the cost of in person registration for the CNMC. So, for the first time, you get access to the audio recordings from EVERY session, speaker, and workshop, exclusive extra interviews with speakers and attendees, without the cost of travel and hotel fees at half the price of a normal ticket! 

When you purchase your Virtual Ticket, use promo code "Spirit" to let them know you are a friend of Of Sound Mind and Spirit and to receive the bonus Catholic New Media Masterclass Series – A collection of presentations by the world’s leaders in the field of Catholic New Media.  This collection is full of some of my favorite speakers from past Catholic New Media Conferences. 

Shelly and I will hate not seeing you in Arlington if you can't come, but we still wish for you to experience the Catholic New Media Conference through the Virtual Ticket.

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