The Catholic Writers Guild will be hosting Catholic Writers Conference Live (CWCL) July 31 – August 2, 2018 in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, in conjunction with the Catholic Marketing Network (CMN) Tradeshow. The CWCL, celebrating its 10th anniversary, provides writers, artists, editors, and illustrators opportunities for networking; workshops on writing, publishing, and marketing; pitch sessions;
Julie Asher was recently recognized as the recipient of the 2018 St. Francis de Sales Award from the Catholic Press Association of the United States and Canada. The award recognizes "outstanding contributions to Catholic journalism" and is the highest honor given by CPA. It was presented during a June 15 luncheon at the
A new Catholic dating website has launched with the promise of a streamlined user experience and a fresh emphasis on the faithful Catholic vision of courtship, marriage, and family life. "God made us with a desire to love and be loved," says Chuck Gallucci, owner, and lead developer at CatholicChemistry.com. "We wanted to build
Ethics and Public Policy Center President Ed Whelan recently announced that Josh Good will become the new director of EPPC’s Faith Angle Forum in July. Mr. Good succeeds EPPC Senior Fellow Peter Wehner, who added the role to his other responsibilities upon the death last summer of Faith Angle Forum founder Michael Cromartie. “Josh
Watch CMN Musical Director Mark Forrest’s Stirring Musical Tribute Marking the 50th Anniversary of the Bobby Kennedy Assassination
In the latest battle over his remains a New York judge recently ruled that the remains of Archbishop Fulton Sheen be sent to Peoria. The decision is the latest in a lengthy tug-of-war between the New York Archdiocese and the Peoria Diocese over the final resting place for Sheen, who was born in
In its 15th year of broadcast and with 18 stations reaching a potential audience of nearly 9 million people throughout Missouri, Kansas, and Colorado, The Catholic Radio Network (CRN) is positioning itself for the future. “We want to be where our audience is now and where they might be going in the future.
Singles of all ages wonder why it's so hard to meet, date and marry today. In fact, 50 percent of America is single and fewer people are committing to marriage, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2014. Dating has been replaced by "hooking up" and "hanging out", making the traditional days of