History

History Signis

SIGNIS was created in November 2001 from the merger of Unda (International Catholic Association for Radio and Television) and OCIC (International Catholic Organization for Cinema and Audiovisuals), both founded in 1928. They had similar objectives: to bring together Catholics already working as professionals in the media (OCIC in the field of cinema and Unda in radio and television).

The interest of Catholics in these new media was understandable. They saw the opportunities offered by the mass media to present their views and opinions on life and the world. And so they naturally became involved in promoting education and values. Read more

Signis Message

Message

Message of his holiness pope francis for the 53rd world communications day

“We are members one of another” ( Eph 4,25).
From social network communities to the human community

Dear Brothers and Sister

Ever since the internet first became available, the Church has always sought to promote its use in the service of the encounter between persons, and of solidarity among all. With this Message I would like to invite you once again to reflect on the foundation and importance of our being-inrelation and to rediscover...

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Education & Books!

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Signis is the World Catholic Association for Communication. http://www.signis.net Signis was created in November 2001 from the merger between two organizations

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A comic book on Pope Francis is awarded the 2019 European prize "GABRIEL”

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A comic book on Pope Francis is awarded the 2019 European prize "GABRIEL”.

The hills bring the fruit of righteousness. He will judge the poor.

SIGNIS and INTERFILM announce the Ecumenical Jury at Cannes 2019

By on Sep 21 2017

While we do our good works let us not forget that the real solution lies in a world in which charity will have become unnecessary.

The hills bring the fruit of righteousness. He will judge the poor.

"Give thanks to the Lord for he is good, his love endures forever."

~Ps. 118:29

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