Modelo sostenible para las comunicadoras eucarísticas del padre celestial en su etapa fundacional en Colombia en el año 2014 Thesis

short description

  • Undergraduate thesis

Thesis author

  • Herrera Pérez, Fabián Camilo

abstract

  • The Eucharistic Communicators of the Heavenly Father (Comunicadoras Eucarísticas del Padre Celestial in Spanish) is a Catholic religious community of women (society of apostolic life of diocesan right), founded in Colombia in 2004 by the Belgian priest Antonio Lootens and the Colombian sister Gabriela of the Love Crucified; this community was created to bring the message of Jesus to people through the mass media used for the new evangelization: production of television and radio programs, creation and distribution of artistic's DVD's, theater and dance shows, participation in conferences, among others. In this new initiative, the sisters began a great work of evangelization within the Church producing various audiovisual programs, but that was where the difficulty of the necessary resources is born; this is because the development of such productions involves high financial, human and technical costs, and the community does not have enough financial capacity to do so. Therefore, this research proposes a sustainable model for the Eucharistic Communicators of the Heavenly Father in its founding stage in Colombia in 2014, which at being applied it frequently in the community, allows her to deal freely fulfill his charisma, without worrying on how to sustain their basic needs; thus increases day after day their work of evangelization in the Church, through the mass media. Although this model created was initially applied to the Eucharistic Communicators, may likewise be adapted and used for other religious communities within the Church, and also in other church organizations both clerical and lay, in which mysticism and professionalization joins.

publication date

  • October 21, 2014 4:15 PM

keywords

  • Catholic Audiovisual Producers
  • Catholic Church
  • Financial Resources
  • Foundation Stage
  • Half-contemplatives
  • Mass Media
  • Mysticism
  • Professionalization
  • Religious Communities
  • Self-sustainable Successful Models
  • Sustainability

Document Id

  • 952b9fc4-ce31-4e92-aeed-b8ebf3e8ada6