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Catholic Innovators united in the name of the new evangelization

Global Catholic Innovators work together in the name of new evangelization. We are meeting in Rome annually, exchanging knowledge online and supporting Catholic Church in new media.

A Message From our Founder

Matt Koper is a catholic entrepreneur working on internet technologies for Catholics since 2005. He believes that Global Catholic Innovators may, and have to, improve evangelisation in new media.

Spiritual needs are pushed into the background by a commercial message.

The word of God is lost in the information noise created for commercial communication.

Spiritual message of Catholic Church is not sufficiently promoted on the Internet.



Christians will change or abandon their religion  till 2050



In number of infant baptisms in Europe between 1980 and 2012



In number of couples taking Catholic wedding in last 30 years

How to deal with the crisis?


Let Catholic events to inspire and shape community spirit throughout the year, not just for the duration of the event.


Let millions of people to find the best Catholic: teachers, authors, mentors and spiritual leaders from all over the world.


Let’s make access to information about churches, masses and communities easier for everyone all over the world.

Unique council of most innovative Catholics in the world supporting new evangelization.


The Church about evangelization in new media


As I have frequently observed, if a choice has to be made between a bruised Church which goes out to the streets and a Church suffering from self-absorption, I certainly prefer the first.  Those ‘streets’ are the world where people live and where they can be reached, both effectively and affectively.  The digital highway is one of them, a street teeming with people who are often hurting, men and women looking for salvation or hope. By means of the internet, the Christian message can reach ‘to the ends of the earth’ (Acts 1:8).

Pope Francis, Communication at the Service of an Authentic Culture of Encounter. Message for the 48th World Communication Day.


Since announcing the Good News to people formed by a media culture requires taking carefully into account the special characteristics of the media themselves, the Church now needs to understand the Internet. This is necessary in order to communicate effectively with people—especially young people—who are steeped in the experience of this new technology, and also in order to use it well. (…) Church-related groups that have not yet taken steps to enter cyberspace are encouraged to look into the possibility of doing so at an early date.

Pontifical Council for Social Communications, The Church and Internet.



I dare to summon the whole Church bravely to cross this new threshold, to put out into the deep of the Net, so that now as in the past the great engagement of the Gospel and culture may show to the world ‘the glory of God in the face of Christ.

Pope John Paul II, Internet: A New Forum for Proclaiming the Gospel. Message for the 48th World Communication Day.


I would like then to invite Christians, confidently and with an informed and responsible creativity, to join the network of relationships which the digital era has made possible. This is not simply to satisfy the desire to be present, but because this network is an integral part of human life. The web is contributing to the development of new and more complex intellectual and spiritual horizons, new forms of shared awareness.

Pope Benedict XVI, Truth, Proclamation and Authenticity of Life in the Digital Age. Message for the 45th World Communication Day.

How do we lead the global change?


We created a platform which:

leading Catholic marketing and fundraising campaigns (online & offilne)
promote Catholic events and bring them to those, who can not attend live
makes spiritual content accessible and attractive for young people used to digital world

We improve new evangelization by:

bringing together the best techers, preachers, spirituar guides
aggregating the best spiritual content online in one place accessible from PC and mobile
building online community of Catholics supporting each other in faith and sharing the Word of God

We make access to information easier:

creating profiles of parishes, communities and individual guides
using geolocalization to find closest church, event, community
promote content from local parishes to wider audiences

Meet beneDeo.com

A global platform for the Church – An internet service and mobile application which brings together spiritual leaders, priests, evangelizers and Catholic organizations. They share their faith with others and help with spiritual development. Thanks to their commitment every day you can listen and see new audio and video recordings on religious topics – spiritual exercises, biblical commentaries, testimonies, conferences and interviews.



How we are changing the Catholic Church online reality so far?









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Financial support allows us to get closer to the goal, so we invite you to donate any sum which is appropriate for you. We will be more than happy to reach potential donors, who you recommend. We also very appreciate any advice from experts in the field of new evangelization, innovation management, online marketing and community building.

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