Today’s Catholic has an important mission in our diocese as our primary communications tool. It serves the Church’s mission of evangelization and catechesis with excellent material about our faith. — Bishop Kevin C. Rhoades
Modern technology has forever changed the landscape of how people receive news. With the click of a button or a swipe of the finger, information from around the world can easily be at our fingertips. Today’s Catholic offers free digital products, including a website, digital edition of Today’s Catholic (ePaper), and a Facebook page. For those of you who wish to retain a print subscription, you may do so for an annual price of $20. Subscribe to print or digital here.
What are the features of these Today’s Catholic products, and how are they accessed?
DIGITAL EDITION / ePAPER
The digital edition, or ePaper as we like to call it, is available FREE to anyone across the globe. Each week, readers will receive top headlines, events and columns directly to your inbox. For those who like the layout of the print paper but still want to go digital, an interactive edition of the newspaper will be accessible through each weekly email and on our website. Want to sign up? It’s easy! Just visit this page and complete the form.
Since 1926, the newspaper in the Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend has been printed locally and mailed, and we’re not about to change that now! Simply visit this page to subscribe for only $20 each year. Bulk subscriptions are available to any parish, business, organization, ministry or individual who may wish to distribute multiple copies of Today’s Catholic. Interested in bulk subscriptions? Email [email protected]
If you’ve made it this far, you’ve already visited our website! This completely redesigned website enables visitors to easily access more articles, photos, columns and videos than ever before. We will be posting new articles that highlight our Catholic faith lived in the world. This website also features our events calendar so you can promote your events and plan ahead for area happenings.
Prefer to find the latest news while scrolling through your news feed? Simply like us on Facebook to receive daily articles and updates from Today’s Catholic. Want to stay connected with the rest of the diocese too? The Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend also operates several social media pages including Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Bishop Kevin C. Rhoades even has his own Facebook page!
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