A word about CWN subscriptions
Have you noticed that, around this time each year, fundraising appeals take on a more plaintive tone? It isn't easy lining up donations during the summer, when potential donors-- just like the rest of us-- are on, or looking forward to, their vacations.
But then again, it isn't easy lining up new paying customers for a news service during the summer months, either.
From time to time, someone asks why CWN requires subscribers to pay for the service, when many other Catholic organizations rely on free-will donations. In my view it's a simple matter of economic justice. And that view was strengthened once again when I heard the Gospel at Mass today.
The laborer deserves his keep.
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