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Help us to spread the Good News:

For more than 25 years, the Catholic Communication Campaign (CCC) has been spreading the Gospel message locally and nationally on radio, television, in print, and on the Internet. It is only through donations from Catholic parishioners that the work of the CCC is possible.

  • The CCC helps Catholics receive Parable, an instrument for the Diocese to tell the Good News of Jesus Christ through the stories of the faithful in New Hampshire.
  • The Diocesan website, www.catholicnh.org, also receives support from the CCC. The website brings news, information and messages about our Church and faith to a wide audience in New Hampshire and the world.
  • eNews, an electronic newsletter reaching pastors and those working and volunteering in parishes with timely updates, announcements and information about events and happenings in the diocese, is made possible by support from the collection.
  • Catholic Citizenship News keeps Catholics informed about important public policy matters facing our elected officials, and is also supported by the CCC. Catholic Citizenship News is an electronic newsletter which provides a brief summary of the latest public issues, provides links for more information on Catholic social teaching and legislative current events, and offers information on how you can get involved.
  • The Catholic faithful in New Hampshire can stay connected through social media, including Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest and follow the latest public policy matters at twitter.com/nhcatholiccitiz.

In our country and around the world, as a result of your support of the Catholic Communication Campaign (CCC), Catholics and all media consumers have increased opportunities to find Gospel-grounded messages and resources to strengthen their families and their faith. The Catholic Communication Campaign collection provided funds for unprecedented coverage of Pope Francis’ visit to the United States, and ongoing support for the USCCB website and Catholic News Service. Funds from this collection have also been used for family and ministry projects like For Your Marriage, Por tu Matrimonio, audio podcasts of daily Scripture readings and myUSCCB. CCC funds also support communications projects in developing nations in Africa, Latin America and other areas of the world where the Church is growing but lacking in resources.

The Catholic Communication Campaign helps us to grow in faith, worship, and witness. Please be generous when asked to give by your parish on the weekend of May 7-8.

The Catholic Communication Campaign—it’s how the Good News gets around.

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Bulletin Editor Resources 

The Week Before the Collection (April 30-May 1)

Next week our parish will take up the Collection for the Catholic Communication Campaign (CCC). This Collection communicates the Gospel through Catholic social media activities and enriches our faith through Internet, television, radio, and print media. Half of all proceeds remain in our diocese and supports the diocesan website catholicNH.org, electronic newsletters eNews and Catholic Citizenship News, social media including Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest, and Parable magazine (parablemag.com). CCC equips us to share our experience of faith, worship, and witness with the world. To donate directly online, visit catholicNH.org/giving.

The Week of the Collection (May 7-8)

Today, we will take up the Collection for the Catholic Communication Campaign (CCC). With your support, thousands of faithful across New Hampshire will gain a deeper understanding of their faith through the Diocese of Manchester website catholicNH.org, the electronic newsletters eNews and Catholic Citizenship News, social media including Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest, and Parable magazine (parablemag.com). To donate directly online, visit catholicNH.org/giving.

The Week After the Collection (May 14-15)

Thank you for your generosity in last week’s Collection for the Catholic Communication Campaign. Because of your support, thousands of faithful across New Hampshire will gain a deeper understanding of their faith through the Diocese of Manchester website catholicNH.org, the electronic newsletters eNews and Catholic Citizenship News, social media including Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest, and Parable magazine (parablemag.com).

Diocese of Manchester
The Catholic Church in New Hampshire

153 Ash Street, Box 310
Manchester, NH 03105-0310
(603) 669-3100
Fax: (603) 669-0377

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