Catholic Music Network launches new and interactive website

.- CatholicMusicNetwork.com, one of the most important websites for Catholic music during the last four years, has announced it is launching a completely new design that is sure to raise eyebrows around the Catholic music world. 

Online purchases, artist profiles, news, special reports, and music reviews are only a few of the features CatholicMusicNetwork.com offers to help support Catholic artists in their efforts to evangelize through music.

Referring to the importance of religious music in today’s world, co-founder Doug Archer said, “Pope John Paul II called us to use the most effective tools and instruments to spread the gospel of Jesus Christ.  We believe music is truly a powerful tool to carry out this evangelization in a direct and entertaining way.”

CatholicMusicNetwork.com features the music by today’s top Catholic artists, including Danielle Rose, Matt Maher, Donna Cori Gibson, Critical Mass, Chris Padgett, Tom Booth, John Michael Talbot, Janelle, Fr. Stan Fortuna, and Crispin, to name just a few.

CatholicMusicNetwork.com’s new design features an interactive section that allows users to post their own reviews of Catholic music and to recommend CDs and artists to their friends via automated email notices.  News features and special stories keep music fans informed of events around the Catholic music world and give them access to interviews with various Catholic artists.

Regarding the importance of Catholic music, Archer said he and his co-founders hope to continue making the site “a place where the talented Catholic musicians and singers can be promoted.”

“Many people don’t know that this music exists and that in the last several years there has been an explosion in new Catholic artists,” he added.

Visit Catholic Music Network at www.catholicmusicnetwork.com

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