Tagged: Religion PR
Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital who has recently apologized for how they handled Ebola has hired Burson-Marsteller. According to the New York Times today, “For Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital, the last two and a half...
The giving (and getting) communities are abuzz right now with the latest Giving USA report on the state of American philanthropy. The research and analysis behind the report is conducted in collaboration with Indiana University and is supposed to generate an overall picture of charitable giving. This is an important report largely because charitable giving has steadily represented 2% of the total gross domestic product (GDP) over the years, not an insignificant figure by any account.
A new social network has been launched, this time one that has several similarities with Facebook, but is dedicated to people seeking the truth about Catholicism. This social network addresses the critical mass of Catholic people and it is called Aleteia.org, a name inspired by the Greek word for truth.
It has become the rallying call of petitions, a new cause for celebrities, the subject of late night jokes, and has now finally found its way into technology news. The Florida Family Association (FFA)...
The Exploring Islam Foundation (EIF), founded by a group of young British Muslim professionals deeply concerned about the public perception of their faith, uses PR campaigns to challenge misconceptions about Islam and raise awareness about its universal values and contributions. After an extremely successful first campaign, a second one is scheduled for January 2011.
Vatican expressed great surprise at the news that broke today involving Ettore Gotti Tedeschi, the head of the Vatican Bank, being placed under investigation by Rome magistrates under suspicions of money-laundering by the bank. After many accusations of child abuse by Catholic priests throughout 2010, the Catholic Church needs to face another powerful blow affecting their reputation.
Senegal’s President steps on his countrymen’s toes and hearts in comparing a questionable statue to Jesus Christ. After commissioning a $27 million dollar monument from the North Korean craftsmen, the President further inflames citizens with his words and actions. Senegal is one of the poorest countries in the world in per capita income.