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Catholic Communication Campaign

Connect with Christ

Your gifts to the Catholic Communication Campaign (CCC) bring the message of the Gospel to people from all walks of life, here in New Hampshire and all around the world.

Where do your donations go?

Fifty percent of all funds collected remains in our diocese to fund local communications projects. In the past year, CCC funds have made possible:

Over 600,000 page views on the catholicnh.org website in 2017. We designed our website with you in mind. It's mobile friendly, has an improved online directory, and beautifully captures the Catholic faith in New Hampshire.

Over 79,000 eNews e-mails were sent in 2017. We've designed eNews so that it's easy to read and stay on top of the events, programs, and news.

50,000 households received Parable, our award winning magazine that tells the faith stories of your friends and neighbors.

Thousands of Catholics have been engaged throughout the year through our social media channels.

By supporting the CCC, you help bring the gospel message to "everyone, without exception," as Pope Francis asks.

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Bulletin Editor Resources

The Week Before the Collection (May 5-6)

Next week, our second collection is for the Catholic Communication Campaign. This campaign connects people with Christ, here and around the world in developing countries, through the internet, television, radio, and print media. Fifty percent of funds collected remains in our diocese to support the diocesan website catholicNH.org, electronic newsletters eNews and Catholic Citizenship News, social media including Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest, and Parable magazine. Your support helps spread the gospel message! To donate directly online, visit catholicNH.org/ccc.

The Week of the Collection (May 12-13)

Today, we are taking 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. To donate directly online, visit catholicNH.org/ccc.

The Week After the Collection (May 19-20)

Thank you for your generosity to 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. If you missed the collection, it’s not too late to give! Visit catholicNH.org/ccc.