Sarah Carey – Horizon of Hope Conference

by | Jun 11, 2013 | Church Archive, Church B, Communications, ZZ_All

Sarah Carey

This 18 minute video is an edited extract from talk by Sarah Carey at the Horizon of Hope Conference entitled: Marketing the Mass

Sarah began publishing her popular blog GUBU back in 2004. Its success secured her a weekly column in The Sunday Times in 2005. She then went onto write for The Irish Times and has also written occasionally for The Daily Telegraph. She began television broadcasting for TV3 when she was a popular stand-in for the Tonight Show in August 2010. Most recently she presented TV3′s Midweek programme. Sarah has been a regular voice on Irish radio and has filled in for many of Newstalk’s regular presenters over the years.

Sarah holds a degree in History from Trinity College, Dublin and post-graduate Diploma in Business Studies in UCD. Prior to her career as a columnist and broadcaster, Sarah worked successfully as a marketing and public relations executive for a number of technology companies, including Esat Digifone, Cape Clear Software and Cuil. She currently writes a column for both the Irish Catholic and the Evening Herald.

Horizon of Hope Conference

This conference, which took place in All Hallows College, Dublin on Saturday 8th June 2013, was organised by The Irish Catholic to mark their 125th anniversary.

See the The Irish Catholic channel  for more videos of the other speakers – including John Waters, Nuala O’Loan, Breda O’Brien, David Quinn, Maura Garrihy and Joe Sheridan.

About The Irish Catholic

The Irish Catholic is Ireland’s biggest and best-selling religious newspaper. It was founded in 1888 by T.D. Sullivan, a former Lord Mayor of Dublin. The Irish Catholic, published weekly, provides a lively mix of news, analysis and informed commentary about the Church and social issues as they affect Ireland and the wider-world. The Irish Catholic is considered to be Ireland’s most-influential independent Catholic newspaper, having always been owned and managed by laypeople. The Irish Catholic has established itself as an authoritative voice of matters of religious and social importance. The current Editor, Michael Kelly was appointed in October 2012.

Mission Statement

To truthfully present and promote the Catholic Faith and highlight in a thought provoking manner the religious, social and moral issues of the day that affect our readers and the broader faith community.”