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CNA wishes you a Blessed Christmas and a Happy 2009!
CNA wishes you a Blessed Christmas and a Happy 2009!

.- Beginning Monday, December 22, CNA will briefly suspend its news service until 2009.  During this time, members of the CNA staff will be working to improve our services in order to accommodate the 100% increase in our readership since last year.

The year of 2008 has been one of great growth for CNA.  Not only has the site’s readership doubled, but we also added several new columnists touching on topics such as politics, life issues, St. Paul, and the Sunday readings.

For 2009, we plan on adding a few new columnists, increasing the content in our “resource” and “documents” sections and continuing to improve upon the services that we offer to you.

We ask you to keep CNA in your prayers this Christmas Season and would like to take this time to graciously thank our donors who have contributed financially this past year.  It is because of your generosity that we have been able to reach an increasing number of readers.

In the present state of the economy, we know it can be tempting to omit “extra” contributions from your budget.  However, please consider supporting CNA financially in 2009.  Through your charitable giving, we are able to reach more readers with the “Good News” of Christ and build a true culture of life.

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

May Christ bless you and your families this Christmas!  It is our hope that the humble example of our Lord in the manger will guide us all in the coming year.

See you on January 5, 2009!

The CNA team


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