Archdiocese residents, ministries take to social media to express thanksgiving
With Thanksgiving Day approaching, The Catholic Telegraph invited its followers on Facebook and Twitter to share what they’re thankful for using the hashtag #GratefulCatholicCincy.
As soon as the invitation went out on Wednesday morning, the official Twitter account of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati (@CatholicCincy) began sharing statements previously made by Archbishop Emeritus Daniel E. Pilarczyk.
Stewardship is the practice of calling people to gratitude in action, to the practice of doing thanks. +Pilarczyk #GratefulCatholicCincy
— Archdiocese of Cincy (@CatholicCincy) November 26, 2014
Matt Meyer, a teacher at St. Ignatius School, tweeted an appreciation for his job at a Catholic school. Similar sentiments were shared by McAuley High School teacher Lisa Rocklin.
Catherine Lopez moved to Cincinnati with her husband and co-worker Ryan Lopez this year to open a regional office for NET Ministries.
I am grateful for new friends and a new home in Cincy this year. God has definitely blessed the adventure 🙂 #GratefulCatholicCincy
— Catherine Lopez (@NET_MrsRylo) November 26, 2014
The Glenmary Home Missioners, who are celebrating their 75th anniversary, also tweeted their gratitude.
#gratefulcatholiccincy Thankful for 75 years of home mission ministry and hopeful for many years more!
— Glenmary Missioners (@GlenmaryMission) November 26, 2014
Please continue to use the hashtag #GratefulCatholicCincy throughout Thanksgiving to show your gratitude for God’s many blessings. Tweets using the hashtag will appear in the Twitter feed above.
One Facebook, user Tina Geers added her thoughts as well.
Posted Nov. 26, 2014