Filmmaker and researcher Michael Matheson Miller recently gave an example of how successful communication relies upon the accessibility of your words to your particular audience. Miller is the director of a new documentary called Poverty, Inc., and during a recent interview with Aleteia, Zoe Romanowsky asked him how this film brings something new to the table and how he’s communicating this to audiences. Miller replied:
“One of the things that the Catholic faith has to offer is a very rich, coherent, thoughtful, satisfying vision the human person… Being able to get this out in a world that is increasingly secularized means you have to go through different channels.
“We weren’t trying to be tricky [with the film]; we were just applying these philosophical insights to questions about economics and poverty and then showing them and explaining them in a manner that’s acceptable to general audiences.
– See more at: http://aleteia.org/2016/08/10/the-art-of-speaking-catholic-truth-to-the-secular-world/#sthash.p72Bxnlu.dpuf