Two million people surf for God each day according to ABC news:
"The number is staggering," said Mark Weimer, a self-described techie evangelist whose ministry has tapped the Internet to capture those looking for spiritual answers.
Weimer is CEO of Global Media Outreach, the technology arm of Campus Crusade for Christ International (CCCI), which hosts 91 Web sites in 11 languages to spread the "good news."
According to the Pew Internet and American Life Project more "religious surfers" are turning to the Internet.
But the vast majority are "not hurting for God," according to project director Lee Rainie. Most are Sunday school teachers planning lessons, ministers writing sermons and "church shoppers."
"It's a time saver," said Manuela Castro, 20, a marketing major at University of Florida who was raised a Catholic but hasn't been to church in years. She has been exploring alternatives online.
"You can Google God in your pajamas," she told ABCNews.com.
Is your church catching the "wave"?
Ship of Fools Mystery Worshipper attends mass via youtube. See below:
Other versions from radical to traditional also available on youtube at Post the Host.
Read the review at Ship of Fools - one comment:
How would you feel about making this church your regular (where 10 = ecstatic, 0 = terminal)?
1 – I can't really see that I would want to do this again, except perhaps to try out some of the other videos. The archbishop has recorded a dozen different eucharistic prayers of all different flavours, from the trendy "Street Mass" to the straight-laced Latin version. On second thoughts, I would need to send off for some more wafers – would it be worth the trouble? In future, if I want to receive the Body of Christ, I think I'll find a real church.