How to Receive the POST
Thank you for your interest in reading and supporting the award-winning newspaper of the Diocese of Peoria through The Catholic Post Delivering Unity Campaign. That link will take you straight to our online form to easily and securely contribute.
Your support not only ensures delivery of 26 biweekly print issues of The Catholic Post mailed to your home, but also supports the further sharing of vital information and inspiration through both print and digital means. To that end, we invite those able to give beyond the traditional $29 subscription investment to consider doing so as a practical way to evangelize inactive Catholics or to provide Catholic reading for neighbors in need.
There are four recommended levels of giving:
- The price of a traditional subscription to The Catholic Post. Present subscribers giving at least at this level are vital to the success of the campaign.
- This gift enables The Catholic Post to unite, inform and inspire additional households. It will be a regular reminder to inactive Catholics, hurting Catholics, out-of-work Catholics, and others who may not regularly subscribe that they, too, are part of our large and loving spiritual family.
Page Sponsor Level
- Donors at this level will be recognized on their sponsored page with a message of their choice. Perhaps you wish to thank a pastor, memorialize a deceased loved one, or offer gratitude for blessings such as a new grandchild or a wedding anniversary. A form explaining page sponsorship options will be emailed to all donors at this level.
Msgr. Peters Society
- Gifts at this level honor the memory, commitment, and five decades of service to this newspaper of the late Msgr. R. G. Peters. A former president of the national Catholic Press Association and recipient of its highest honor, Msgr. Peters guided The Catholic Post and its predecessor, The Register, from 1944 to 1992. He is regarded as one of the great figures in the Catholic press of the 20th century. Society members will be granted three page sponsorships and receive a copy of the Catholic Directory of the Diocese of Peoria upon publication in the fall. In addition, Post staff specially remember Msgr. Peters Society members and their intentions regularly in prayer.