Catholic communicators need to use extra care and educational efforts to combat a situation where some media “become places of toxicity, hate speech and fake news,” Pope Francis said.
The Tablet, Nuestra Voz, Currents News Win Dozens of Awards at Catholic Media Conference
The Tablet, Nuestra Voz, and Currents News garnered 46 awards for standout print, video, and digital work at the 2022 Catholic Media Conference held earlier this month in Portland, Oregon.
Dutch Priest Proposed as Patron Saint of Journalists
Among the 10 men and women Pope Francis will proclaim as the Catholic Church’s newest saints is a Dutch priest and journalist who stood his ground against Nazi ideology and paid for it with his life.
CMA Head Tim Walter Prepares for His Exit After 13 Years as its Head
Tim Walter, executive director of the Catholic Media Association since 2008, is preparing for his exit after heading the organization over the past 13 years.
NY1’s Errol Louis Receives Communications Award from Diocese of Brooklyn
Calling him a “true leader in journalism,” Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio presented the St. Francis de Sales Distinguished Communicator Award to local journalist Errol Louis. Bishop DiMarzio bestowed the award, which recognizes an individual who has made exemplary contributions in the communications field, during a virtual event on May 26.
Knights Give More Than $185 Million to Charity, 76 Million Service Hours in 2018
The New Haven-based Catholic fraternal organization announced its charitable activity over the last year in a July 31 news release, issued ahead of its annual Supreme Convention in Minneapolis Aug. 6-8.
In Letter, Pope Encourages Priests Dejected by Abuse Crisis
Pope Francis acknowledged the shame and frustration felt by priests who are discouraged by the actions of fellow clergy members who betrayed the trust of their flock through sexual abuse and abuse of conscience and power.
Religious Sisters at Forefront of Fight Against Human Trafficking, Slavery
A worldwide network of 2,000 Catholic religious sisters marked the 10th anniversary of its efforts to combat human trafficking and slavery July 29.
California Catholics Urged to Pray for Defeat of Medication Abortion Bill
Archbishop Salvatore J. Cordileone of San Francisco is urging Catholics in the archdiocese to join in a novena for the defeat of a “dangerous and unprecedented” bill requiring California State and University of California college health centers to provide medication for abortions.