Catholic Press Month coming to an end

As February draws to a close,  so does Catholic Press Month, but you can and should appreciate the Catholic press, which, year-round, in season and out,  gives you news of  not only your local Catholic community but of the church in the world — in print or online. 

We try to routinely highlight great stories in Catholic publications, and I could easily fill up this space with the mention of even a couple. But here’s just a random sampling to check out:

Using social networks to spread the good news, The Catholic Herald, newspaper of the Diocese of Sacramento, Calif.

– Priest earns national honor as a police chaplain, Florida Catholic, newspaper of the Diocese of Orlando, Fla.

– A meal without meat  … can be pretty delicious, Hawaii Catholic Herald, newspaper of the Diocese of Honolulu.

– Martha Williamson and “Touched by an Angel” still touching lives, Today’s Catholic, newspaper of the Archdiocese of San Antonio.

– A slide show on Haitian relief, The Compass, newspaper of the Diocese of Green Bay, Wis.

– E-mails from the front, The B.C. Catholic, newspaper of the Archdiocese of Vancouver.

One Response

  1. Commenting on using Social networks to spread the good news; I am an artist with a mission too, who uses the social networks to spread special devotions to the saints via art! My goal is to use the talents God gave me to help others become closer to Christ. Through my Retablo Art I encourage people to look to the saints for a role model, one who points directly to Christ. To help people see that they too are called to holiness and to give them examples of others who have acheived the ultimate goal! Thy Kingdom Come!

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