Catholic Communications: How the Good News Gets Around in the Diocese


PROVIDENCE — The Catholic Communication Campaign is an annual national collection to support evangelization through the internet, television, radio, and print publications. This annual collection is taken up in the Diocese of Providence the second weekend in June in support of the work of the diocesan office of Communications and Public Relations.
Fifty percent of funds collected for the annual Catholic Communication Campaign remain in the diocese to support local communications projects.
If you’ve seen the Diocese of Providence share about the Catholic faith with its new reels series, “Your Lenten Questions Answered,” Marian Mondays in May, feasts and saints days and more year-round via Facebook, Twitter or Instagram, or watched its livestreamed videos of Holy Mass and celebrations from the Cathedral of Saints Peter and Paul on YouTube, read news and information on and in your email inbox with Friday Diocesan eNews, or in your parish bulletin, that information was made possible in part by your support of the annual Catholic Communication Campaign.
Because of generous donations, the diocesan office of Communications and Public Relations has been able to share the Good News of the diocese, like the exciting announcement of the ninth Bishop of Providence, Most Rev. Richard G. Henning and the retirement of Bishop Thomas J. Tobin, as well as informing those in need of vital services, including Keep the Heat On fuel assistance program, St. Gabriel’s Call ministry helping expectant mothers and their children, classes for caregivers, an array of support groups, St. Martin de Porres inner city multi-service center, plus all the good news from our 36 Catholic elementary and secondary schools and our over 120 parishes.
Help the Good News get around — support Catholic Communications in the Diocese of Providence at