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Mario Knezović orcid id ; Filozofski fakultet Sveučilišta u Mostaru, Mostar, BiH
Iko Skoko ; Filozofski fakultet Sveučilišta u Mostaru, Mostar, BiH
Davorka Topić Stipić orcid id ; Filozofski fakultet Sveučilišta u Mostaru, Mostar, BiH

Puni tekst: engleski docx 43 Kb

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preuzimanja: 124


Puni tekst: hrvatski docx 12 Kb

str. 56-56

preuzimanja: 114



Every year, on the occasion of World Communication Day, the Pope sends a special message. For the last six years, those messages focused on the current state of the communications and public relations, have been sent by the pope Francis. Already in 1957, when the pope Pius XII presented media as “wonderful inventions” and “gifts from God,” the Catholic Church became more open to the use of media for public outreach. Stressing the dangers that occur in public relations and media, The Pontifical Council for Social Communications published in 2002 two documents: Ethics in Internet and The Church and Internet. Those documents present the cyberspace as a “new adventure” not being deprived of dangers. On the occasion of the 48th World Communication Day, pope Francis sent an encouraging message to the Church, inviting its members to “boldly become citizens of the digital world.” In such a context, this paper explores the need for crisis communication in situations, especially referring to the Church and its members being accused of corruption and scandals, often in a biased and exclusionary way.

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Catholic Church, messages, Pope, media

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