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"Recognition from the Catholic Media Association is an honor and one that we value highly,” said FAITH Catholic President and CEO Elizabeth Solsburg.
“Well done, good and faithful servant.”
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In addition to bishops and diocesan leaders responding to the current crisis, we also need to develop a good long-term approach.
During dark days of crisis, the Catholic Press shines a light.
Mission dioceses rely on magazines with strong Catholic content to help them evangelize.