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"In social networks, believers show their authenticity by sharing the profound source of their hope and joy: faith in the merciful and loving God revealed in   Christ Jesus."
                                    --Message for the 47th World Communications Day

The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops established the Catholic Communication Campaign (CCC) collection in 1979 to respond to the national and local communications needs of the Church. The collection is unique in that proceeds are split equally between each participating diocese and the national office.

Dioceses use their share of the CCC collection to support local communications efforts such as televised Masses and diocesan newspapers. On the national level, CCC funds the development and production of a wide range of media initiatives that are carried out by USCCB staff and other grantee organizations. A portion of the CCC's national funds are also set aside for grants to aid Catholic communication efforts in developing nations.

This entire website, along with videos, podcasts and other media resources, are made possible by the Catholic Communication Campaign. From RSS feeds of the Daily Readings from the New American Bible, to television specials seen on national networks and public service messages seen by millions of Americans, the Catholic Communication Campaign is how the Good News gets around!



Most Reverend Joseph J. Tyson, bishop of Yakima


Most Reverend Robert J. Carlson, archbishop of St. Louis
Most Reverend Francis J. Christian, auxiliary bishop of Manchester
Most Reverend Thomas J. Costello
, auxiliary bishop emeritus of Syracuse
Most Reverend Christopher J. Coyne, auxiliary bishop of Indianapolis
Most Reverend William J. Justice, auxiliary bishop of San Francisco
Most Reverend Jaime Soto, bishop of Sacramento
Most Reverend David A. Zubik, bishop of Pittsburgh


Phil Alongi, CEO/Founder, Alongi Media Solutions
James M. Berlucchi, executive director, The Spitzer Center
Robert DeFrancesco, president, Catholic Press Association of the United States and Canada
William Glover, chief information officer, Archdiocese of Baltimore
Carolina Guevara, associate director of media relations, Archdiocese of Los Angeles
Sr. Mary Johnson, SNDdeN, distinguished professor of sociology and religious studies, Trinity Washington University
David M. Maluchnik, director of communications, Michigan Catholic Conference
Amy S. Mitchell, director, Project for Excellence in Journalism
Mar Munoz-Visoso, executive director, Secretariat of Cultural Diversity in the Church
Sally Oberski, president, Catholic Academy of Communication Professionals
Dominic Perri, principal consultant, Essential Conversations Group
Bret Thomas, interim president, Association of Catholic Publishers
Fr. Paul Soukup, SJ, professor of communication, Santa Clara University
Sr. Julie Vieira, IHM, partner and co-founder, A Nun's Life Ministry
Daniella Zsupan-Jerome, Ph.D., assistant professor of liturgy, Loyola Institute for Ministry


Helen Osman, Secretary of Communications, 202.541.3320
Anthony Spence, Editor-in-Chief, Catholic News Service, 202.541.3250
David Felber, Director, Creative Services, 202.541.3320
Matthew Kilmurry, Director, Customer and Client Relations, 800.235.8722
Don Clemmer, Interim Director, Media Relations, 202.541.3200

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