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Social Media Policy
Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Catholic College, Alice Springs, officially endorses and is bound by the Social Networking Policy for the Catholic Church in Australia (https://www.catholic.org.au/acbc-media/media-centre/social-networking-policy/file).

“Social networking has been endorsed by the Holy See and Catholics are wholeheartedly encouraged to seek the good that can come of such networking, and observe its effects. The media can help communication when they enable people to share their stories, to stay in contact with distant friends, to thank others or to seek their forgiveness, and to open the door to new encounters.” (World Communications Day Message, 2015)