A New Site for Catholic Teens
I received this from my email today:
I wanted to let you know about a new online feature for the summer that is available on Disciples Now, a site and resource for Catholic teens on the Web. The special section is called Songs in the Key of Justice (SITKOJ), a music and social service site all about issues of advocacy, social justice and the many summer service opportunities that are available for teens this summer. SITKOJ is offering free weekly downloads of songs from well known Catholic pop/rock bands whose music embodies spirit of social service. These songs can be accessed simply by registering on the site and feature artists such as Ceili Rain, Last Day, John Angotti and the Christian band Poor Rich Folk, which recorded and wrote an original song exclusively for the site.
Teens can also download free SITKOJ wallpaper, AIM and MSN instant message icons, as well a badge for their blogs, MySpace page or personal Web sites. They can purchase related SITKOJ merchandise (T-shits, mugs, etc.), as well as letting them upload videos of their summer service projects or work camps, share photos and talk with others in a online forum.
If you have any questions about SITKOJ, please let me know.
I just want my readers to know that I checked out the site and it looks pretty good. Go there and see for yourselves.