Merry Christmas!
Great news from CNA for 2008!
Great news from CNA for 2008!

.- The year 2007 was one full of blessings for CNA.  As we look back, CNA has reached a number of milestones. Some of these accomplishments include, our email list growing by 20%, being recognized by Google News as a source of quality Catholic news and being referenced on the floor of the U.S. Congress.

Looking toward 2008, we are planning to make it an even better year. Our goal is to provide you with the most faithful, relevant and in-depth coverage of the Catholic Church possible. Here’s a look at what you can expect to see in 2008:

  • A redesigned website
  • New 24/7 coverage
  • New features and columns
  • An increase in the quality and number of resources

In order to implement all of these changes, CNA will only have limited coverage between December 24, 2007 and January 7, 2008.

If you want to give your loved ones the gift of CNA’s new in-depth coverage absolutely free of charge, either use the form on the homepage or send us their email addresses at [email protected].  If you send us an email, we will inform them the gift is from you.

At CNA, we believe that news about the Church should be free, especially since we aim to spread the ‘Good News’. We’d like to take this opportunity to thank those who have contributed financially this past year.  Without your support we would not have been able to experience such significant growth. 

If supporting the Church in its efforts to reach the ends of the earth with Christ’s saving message is something you value, then please consider financially supporting CNA.  Any donation you give will help increase awareness of the activities of the universal Church and contribute to building a culture of life. 

To be a part of the New Evangelization called for by Pope John Paul II and support CNA (501c3) please click here.

May Christ bless you and your families as we celebrate the birth of the Messiah!
See you on January 7, 2008!

The CNA team

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