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The Catholic Telegraph took home NINE Catholic Media Awards this year! 1st Place: • Column General Commentary: “A Closer Look” by Ken Craycraft 2nd Place: • Communications Director of the Year: Mike Schafer • Best Video Feature: “Priest Ordination” by Margaret Swensen • Best Video The Covid 19 Pandemic: “The
The Catholic Telegraph won FOUR Catholic Press Awards for our work in 2019 including: • Honorable Mention: Best Non-Weekly Diocesan Newspaper For your complimentary Subscription to The Catholic Telegraph Magazine, click here. • 2nd Place: Best Regular Family Life Column- Catholic at Home with Katie Sciba For Katie’s most recent
Vatican City, Jun 30, 2020 / 07:10 am MT (CNA).- The world needs media that can help young people to distinguish between good and evil, presenting the facts in a “clear and unbiased” way, Pope Francis said Tuesday. In a June 30 message to members of the Catholic Press Association,
“The Catholic Telegraph” brought home an award from the Catholic Press Association for the third time in four years, and other Catholic magazines based in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati earned honors as well. Gail Finke’s article “Rise Together: An Unforgettable Halftime” picked up third place for Best Online Content not
The Archdiocese of Cincinnati is home to four Catholic Press Association affiliated news outlets, and all four were honored at the 2017 Catholic Press Association Awards Banquet June 23 in Quebec, Canada. St. Anthony Messenger magazine led the way among local outlets with 11 awards, including second place for Magazine
Cincinnati-based St. Anthony Messenger, a national Catholic general interest magazine, won nine awards June 3 from the Catholic Press Association of the United States and Canada. The awards were announced at the conclusion of the 2016 Catholic Media Conference in St. Louis, Missouri. Among the awards, the magazine finished third
Staff Report Roughly 300 individuals representing scores of publications and other media gathered in Buffalo, N.Y. from June 24-27 for the 2015 Catholic Media Conference. The final day of the conference included the Catholic Press Association of the United States and Canada awards banquet and The Catholic Telegraph was honored twice.
Staff Report Among national general interest Catholic magazines, Cincinnati-based St. Anthony Messenger has been named one of the best. The Franciscan publication won third place in “General Excellence” at the Catholic Press Association awards in Charlotte, N.C. in late June.