CU Weekly 191: It’s Not Paranoia If They’re Really After You

This Week, Fr. Chris, Joshua and Fr. Ryan discussed

  • Password Security – get to it! Some tips: Use at least 8 letters. Try to use at least one number or non-alphanumeric character. Don’t put your passwords on a post-it! Don’t make a file called passwords.txt! Change your passwords at least once a year. Be vigilant, even good passwords can by bypassed or hacked.
  • Will Netflix become a part of your cable package? Will an HD antenna help or hurt?
  • The ever salty Lord Monckton is calling out “An Inconvenient Truth?”
  • “Community,” happiness and “Church Friends” What can you do? 1) Be loyal to your parish and a particular Mass time. 2) Seek out a Bible Study or Learning opportunity. 3) Take some pressure off the priest, organize something! 4) Think beyond the Mass!
  • Also, the internet is out to get us…

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2 Responses to “CU Weekly 191: It’s Not Paranoia If They’re Really After You”

  1. Deacon Mike March 21, 2012 at 7:31 pm // Reply

    Thanks for the mention of Lord Monckton. I read the article and watched the video. Very Interesting


  2. Mike March 31, 2012 at 12:33 pm // Reply

    I’m listening to the podcast right now. You’re talking about the community of parishoners and how it’s become fractured. In the parish I grew up in, Christ the King in Chicago, we used to have pancake breakfasts and potluck suppers every so often. While serving primarily as fundraisers, they were also good informal settings for getting to know your fellow parishoners. You don’t see those too much anymore.


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