Boston archdiocese buys parish-bulletin producer
Catholic World News - September 14, 2010
The Archdiocese of Boston has bought a local business that specialized in producing parish bulletins.
BCTV, the media arm of the Boston archdiocese, purchased Parish Communications Solutions. Scot Landry, the archdiocesan secretary for media affairs, said that he expected to find better ways to share advertising revenues from the bulletins. He added that parish bulletins “can be a very effective tool for communication and evangelization,” and said that the archdiocese would be offering more content for parishes.
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Posted by: unum -
Sep. 15, 2010 8:34 AM ET USA
More corporate Catholicism from a Church that still does not educate its adults and does a poor job of educating its children. We don't need more ad revenue and parish news. We need continuing education on the role of Catholics in the world today and the Church's teaching on moral issues are destroying our nation.