Tuesday, October 16, 2012

'TweetCredo': 100 young people summarize the Creed in 60 videos during the Year of Faith


The Creed summarizes the essence of the Christian faith and is the official prayer of the Year of Faith. This is why a group of over 100 young people decided to transform it into videos. 

The initiative is called "TweetCredo". On this board they have collected 60 contents of the faith that appear in the Creed, such as the existence of Heaven, the Resurrection or eternal life. For each week of the Year of Faith there will be published a video to explain content of the Catholic faith. The first installment explains how God created man and woman in his own image and likeness.

TweetCredo has its own mascot. This bird named Solomon will be responsible for collecting at the end of the video a phrase from the catechism together with a clever comment that explains it.

As the name of the initiative says, these videos will be distributed by Twitter and other social networks. However, they also invite anyone who wishes to collaborate. Its website includes a tab that each Internet user can send with their own videos explaining the faith.

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