Alessio Antonielli

Alessio Antonielli

February 11, 2013

The best way the Church can be heard and seen amid the deluge of the information age is to launch a media blitz of simple answers to life's deepest questions, a young Catholic journalist told a Vatican news conference. "People always say it should be quality over quantity; perhaps this was true once upon a time, but today quantity is necessary," said Alessio Antonielli. "The Church is full of quality" with its rich 2,000-year history of writings and teachings, but "the problem is no one reads them; and today if you aren't present in certain channels, it's like you don't even exist," he said Jan. 31. Antonielli works for the San Francesco Review magazine in Assisi.