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.- In commemoration of the birth of Christ, CNA will suspend its regular news service until the New Year, beginning Monday, December 21 and ending January 4, 2010.

During this time, members of the CNA staff will be working to improve services for the upcoming year. We will also continue to cover any breaking events.

We ask that you keep CNA and our apostolate in your prayers this Christmas season as the universal church commemorates the coming of our Savior. We would like to take this time to graciously thank all of our donors, who have made our work possible in the past year. Due to your generosity, we have been able to more than double the number of readers exposed to our message.

With the present economic situation, coupled with the demands of the season, we know it can be tempting to omit “extra” contributions from your budget. However, please prayerfully consider supporting CNA in the coming year. Through your charitable giving, we are able to bring the Good News of Christ to an even wider audience and contribute to the creation of a culture of life, a culture that a recent CNN poll shows is on the rise.

To contribute to CNA (501c3) please click here.

See you on January 4, 2010.

The CNA Team.

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