So you went to the Catholic New Media Conference in Boston. Had a good time?
I know you did. You made new friends, moved virtual friends into the Real Life column. You traveled, some of you, really far to get there, and then turned around two days later and traveled back home.
In between, you had tweet ups, and early calls, and rushing from one exciting session to the next. It was information overload!
We got pumped up for Christ! That’s what it’s about, of course. To arm us with tools for evangelization, on the internet, yes, but really, in our lives. We leave the CNMC like any retreat: refreshed and on fire.
We look like this:
And the truth is, we do leave renewed and ready to engage in the new evangelization.
But first, we have to get past this:
We’ve just started calling it the CNMC Hangover.
I think we should give a warning about this, but a little tiny part of me laughs and says: suck it up cupcake. It’ll pass quickly.
4 thoughts on “The Post-CNMC Hangover”
This feeling is so true!
Now I want cupcakes.
Somebody call Pat Gohn!
time to take my own advice!