Effective communication fits into the social context, which means that there is a relationship between the transfer of various information and the behavior of a given community. Communication is a two-way process, concerning, on the one hand, transferring information, and on the other hand, reading information, which in theological terms can be reduced to the personalistic context (concerning a human person). Man remains in the center of interest in media communication, and contemporary personalism considers communication processes as important for the development of man and his spiritual sphere. In the case of believers, this spirituality is inextricably linked to the theology of communion with God as a set of thoughts regarding the processes taking place when deepening the spiritual sphere. The theology of communion is therefore reduced to the theology of spirituality, and human development in the spiritual sphere largely determines the well-being of each individual.