Carson Weber
Catholic Speaker & New Media Entrepreneur

“Point the Way to Jesus” with New Media

Posted by on Sep 12, 2013 in Speaking | 0 comments

On Thursday, August 8th, I was privileged to give the highnote for the C3 Technology Conference sponsored by the Catholic Archdiocese of Los Angeles for its parishes and schools at Loyola Marymount University. Paula Doyle, a writer for The Tidings (a weekly news publication sponsored by the Archdiocese), published a well-written summary of my presentation, which I would like to share with you at this link. In other news, check out this...

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Following in the Footsteps John Henry Cardinal Newman

Posted by on Jun 21, 2013 in Video | 0 comments

What do John Henry Cardinal Newman, Benjamin Franklin, Ernest Hemingway, Leonardo da Vinci, Thomas Jefferson, and Winston Churchill all have in common? They used standing desks. I chose a sit-stand desk to raise my energy level, increase my life expectancy, and improve my quality of life. When you sit down at your computer, fat-reducing enzymes drop by 90%, calorie burning slows to 1 calorie per minute, and you double your risk for...

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What Is the Essential, Public Purpose of Marriage?

Posted by on Mar 28, 2013 in Video | 0 comments

With the national debate on so-called “Same Sex Marriage” raging everywhere you turn (Facebook, newspapers, websites, television, etc.), I’m reminded of the pertinent question that is often ignored. “What is the essential, public purpose of marriage?” The answer to the above question is absolutely crucial, and if you have not thought through this question thoroughly, then you should because all other considerations...

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Pope Francis’ First Homily

Posted by on Mar 15, 2013 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

On the afternoon of March 14th, Pope Francis delivered his first homily while celebrating the Missa pro Ecclesiae in the Sistine Chapel. Below, I have reproduced the full translation, provided courtesy of Vatican Radio: In these three readings I see that there is something in common: it is movement. In the first reading, movement is the journey [itself]; in the second reading, movement is in the up-building of the Church. In the third, in the...

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Veritas Catholic Young Adults

Posted by on Feb 7, 2013 in Catechesis, New Media | 0 comments

I spent exactly 5 years working on the diocesan level in evangelization, new media, and catechesis (for the Diocese of Sacramento, California).  During that time, the team I worked with accomplished some pretty amazing things, such as establishing the annual On Fire NorCal Kick-Off for Youth & Young Adult Ministry, implementing a diocesan-wide Catholics Come Home campaign, and bringing marriage preparation to the parish level, just to...

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