The Ignatian Way to Tell Your Story and Build Your Audience

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Content creators in faith-based spaces all wrestle with these two questions: 

1) What do I want to say that’s distinctive and true? 

2) And how do I connect with the readers or viewers I want to reach? 

Learn how to sharpen your voice and reach your intended audience with this two-part video panel. 

Featuring Three Expert Panelists  

Fr. Michael Rossmann, SJ, is a Jesuit priest and doctoral student at the Gregorian University in Rome. He started the “One-Minute Homily” and previously served as the editor-in-chief of The Jesuit Post. He is the author of The Freedom of Missing Out and posts a weekly video reflection at amdg.substack.com.  

Shannon K. Evans is the author of the books “Feminist Prayers for My Daughter,” “Rewilding Motherhood” and “Embracing Weakness,” as well as the guided journal Luminous. She is the Spirituality and Culture editor for the National Catholic Reporter. She also writes and leads retreats for the Jesuit Conference of Canada and the United States. 

Charisse Broderick King began working at Regis Jesuit High School near Denver in 2008 and established the school’s Communications Office in 2011 to advance and promote the mission among a variety of audiences, utilizing a wide array of both digital and traditional media channels. Leveraging her educational background in journalism and psychology, certification in the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) and lessons learned in the Jesuit Schools Network Seminars in Ignatian Leadership, she focuses on creating clear and impactful communications firmly rooted in Ignatian ideals.  

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Fr. Michael Rossmann, SJ, is a Jesuit priest and doctoral student at the Gregorian University in Rome. He previously served as the editor-in-chief of The Jesuit Post.

Shannon K. Evans is the spirituality and culture editor at the National Catholic Reporter and the author of the books “Feminist Prayers for My Daughter: Powerful Petitions for Every Stage of Her Life” and “Rewilding Motherhood: Your Path to an Empowered Feminine Spirituality.”