JoAnn DiNapoli, director of sales at DeSales Media Group, is used to being constantly on the go. The ever-busy DiNapoli is now adding something new to her portfolio. She has been elected treasurer of the Catholic Media Association.
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A Leap of Faith: Couple’s Careers Lead Them to a Catholic Education for Their Son
Dustin and Kristy Etheridge traveled hundreds of miles to move from North Carolina to New York uncertain as to what they would find. What they found was a community of faith and a Catholic school for their son Noah.
Coverage of Diocese of Brooklyn’s Dedication of Blessed Carlo Acutis Statue Reaches Archbishop of Assisi in Italy
Archbishop Domenico Sorrentino of the Diocese of Assisi-Nocera Umbra-Gualdo Tadino was recently presented with the Oct. 15 edition of The Tablet featuring the newspaper’s front page coverage of the dedication of a statue of Blessed Carlo Acutis in the Diocese of Brooklyn and was delighted by what he read.
Only In Print: Prospect Park’s ‘Swan Squad’ is on Patrol and Protecting the Animals
Mary Beth Artz, a New York State certified wildlife rehabilitator, goes into Prospect Park nearly every day to come to the aid of injured fish, birds, and animals, rescuing those snared in items carelessly discarded by humans that could harm them.
Membership Drive Opens to Readers of The Tablet
Members will receive an assortment of benefits that brings them closer to the newspaper and their community. Among the highlights are tickets to special events, a signed copy of the new book, “Chasing Church News” by The Tablet’s Editor Emeritus Ed Wilkinson, and invitations to the Bishop’s Christmas Luncheon and annual editors’ roundtable reception.
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.
Good Shepherd Sprints in Fundraiser
As the Tablet’s COVID Relief Fundraiser for Catholic Schools heads toward its April 29 deadline, Good Shepherd Catholic Academy Principal John O’Brien expects to see a last-minute surge of newspaper subscription sales by his students.
After 2021 Fundraising Win, St. Francis de Sales Aims For The Top Spot Again
The academy that took top honors in last year’s inaugural Tablet COVID Relief Fundraisers for Catholic Schools is determined to do even better — collectively and individually — this time around.
St. Elizabeth Students Get Their Sales Pitches Ready as Fundraiser Begins
Naomi Lopez, a student at St. Elizabeth Catholic Academy, is getting ready to sell subscriptions of The Tablet for the Second Annual COVID Relief Fundraiser for Catholic Schools — an endeavor that will generate money for schools to help them as they continue to recover financially from the pandemic.
Ready, Set, Subscribe! Fundraiser For Catholic Schools Makes Return
The Tablet’s “COVID Relief Fundraiser for Catholic Schools” is back for its second year to offer school students an extra credit assignment that can earn them cash for tuition and raise funds for their schools in the Diocese of Brooklyn.