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From a Christian use of mass media to a theology of communication : the father Emile Gabel Gabelsuelles au point d’initier une nouvelle

Le Temps des médias n°17, Automne 2011, p. 64-72.

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Catholic orders who studied how to promote Christian uses of the media - such as the Assumptionist father Emile Gabriel (1908-1968), a one-time managing director of the publisher, la Maison de la Bonne Presse, and a former chief editor of La Croix, developed what may be termed a ‘Christian communication theology’. On the basis of the Catholic notion of « social communications », the functions of the media were grounded in the essence of Christianity.

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