When crises follow crises, the prophets speak up. And in these times, many Catholics testified, some risking their lives to denounce oppression, others to be bearers of a first announcement, managing to reach circles too often left aside.
For our Catholic media, these times are also a period of questioning, when it is not questioning.
Between our professions called to rethink and our Catholic identity affected by the crisis which crosses the whole Church, what place still have our media?
Do we still have a singular word to contribute. In a world that seems to be increasingly secularized, how do we make ourselves heard? Great Catholic voices respond.