KARONGA, Malawi – Mawali's information, communication and technology ministry praised the country's Catholic media this week for their evangelization efforts as part of the 51st Communications Sunday.

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QUEBEC CITY – St. John's experience with Jesus "transforms him into a great communicator," said Quebec Cardinal Gerald Lacroix, and he told Catholic media professionals from around the world that the same kind of experience drives their work.

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2019 CONVENTION


The Canadian Church Press and the Anglican Editors Association of Canada and an informal group of Christian communicators in Winnipeg are teaming up to hold their annual convention in Winnipeg, Man., May 1-3, 2019.

To register, please fill out the registration form and email it to cdnchurchpress@hotmail.com before paying on this page. You can find most details about our convention at http://canadianchurchpress.com/convention/. However we also need you to register here so we know how many people will be at the banquet and other events during the first two days. The banquet is Wed., May 1 (5:00 p.m. – reception punch and appetizers, 6:15 p.m. – dinner followed by awards). Banquet registration also includes entry to a discussion on the future of the CCP organization, Thurs., May 2 (9:00 a.m.–noon) and a presentation about a shared online platform opportunity by Crossroads (Lorna Dueck) and ChristianWeek (Brian Koldyk). Please be sure to also purchase accommodations and registration for the related symposium by following the links to the additional CMU registration form starting from http://canadianchurchpress.com/convention/.


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CCP members may be eligible for a travel subsidy to defray the cost of attending the convention. Email cdnchurchpress@hotmail.com for details.  

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NEW YORK - Fr. Benedict Groeschel, a Franciscan priest whose long beard, gray robes, prolific writings and often controversial views made him a distinctive and popular presence in Catholic media, died Oct. 3 at St. Joseph’s Home for the Elderly in Totowa, N.J.

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