The Catholic Post opens subscription campaign with a focus on renewal, hope
The Catholic Post has opened its 2021 Delivering Unity Campaign with a theme of renewal following a year of pandemic and its historic impacts on society and the church.
“It will be an exciting time,” said Bishop Daniel R. Jenky, CSC, expressing hopes that the Diocese of Peoria emerges from the pandemic “like roaring lions.”
“The Holy Spirit and the People of God will be active,” Bishop Jenky wrote in a letter read at all Masses the weekend of Feb. 6-7. “And our excellent diocesan newspaper, The Catholic Post, is ready to share the stories and images of this year of renewal via all kinds of media.”
The bishop strongly urged support and readership of The Catholic Post. Those wishing to renew or begin their subscriptions during February, which is Catholic Press Month, can do so online by clicking here. Checks may also be sent to The Catholic Post, PO Box 1722, Peoria, IL 61656, or subscriptions can be made via credit card by phone at (309) 671-1550 during business hours.
The yearly subscription price remains at $30, though larger gifts are encouraged to support the wide sharing of the newspaper’s vital information in print, online, and social media.
The theme of this year’s campaign is “RENEW: Hope . . . Faith . . . Unity.”
Bishop Jenky noted that, like many individuals and ministries in the diocese, The Catholic Post staff “rose to the challenges of 2020” to keep its subscribers and followers on social media “informed, inspired and united during a year marked by separation, isolation and loss.” He noted The Catholic Post’s extensive coverage introducing Coadjutor Bishop Louis Tylka.
Present subscribers will receive renewal information in the mail. In addition, the Feb. 14 edition of The Catholic Post will include a four-page wrap with further details.