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Hello. My name is Angela.
Who I Am: Someone once wrote me this note, and I like to think that it’s true: “You are a jewel in this world – a beautiful reflection of Christ’s love. In your gentle way, you change lives by simply being present. You are intelligent, creative, and wise.”
What I Do: Work full-time for a Catholic evangelization apostolate, designing print and web materials, maintaining our social media presence, occasionally hosting a weekly Catholic TV/radio show, and – whenever possible – mentoring college students through our Media + Ministry internship program. (Inspired Angela blog is personal, and does not represent my employers.)
My Past: Prior to my wedding, I was Angela Santana. I blogged at Catholic Media Girl, ran a graphic/web design apostolate, and helped inspire Brandon Vogt’s groundbreaking book, The Church and New Media.
My Free Time: When I’m not working or sleeping, I’m usually with my husband Dan, who inspires me and is a perfect fit for me.
Hope you enjoy this collection. Peace to you.
The Technical Stuff:
Academic – Bachelor of Arts in English Communication Arts summa cum laude, Honors Scholar, concentrating in Theology and in Marketing. Saint Mary’s University, San Antonio, Texas – a Catholic and Marianist institution.
Thesis – “New Media, New Evangelization: The Unique Benefits of New Media and Why the Catholic Church Should Engage Them.” 2010. Saint Mary’s University.
Recent Speaking Engagements Include – “Lift Up Your Hearts” and “Woman as a Masterpiece of God” (Catholic women’s conferences); “How to be a new media missionary: Lessons from Mary, Star of the New Evangelization” (Catholic New Media Conference); “Marshall McLuhan for Catholic communicators” (Apostles in New Media mini-conference, Peter and Paul Ministries); “Go Out and Be Disciples: The Role of Media in Faith” (Bibles and Brews, Saint Mary’s University); “Podcasting production” and “Video production” (Daughters of St. Paul Media Literacy Certification Week); “One Gospel, One Goal” (new media seminar, Pilgrim Center of Hope).