Our Mission Continues in 2009

New Year’s blessings to you:

With the Christmas season upon us, I wanted to once again wish you and yours a joyful Christmas Season and healthy and prosperous New Year.

As we turn another page and enter a new year, we at Catholic Exchange wish to express our gratitude and acknowledge our indebtedness to all our loyal and faithful supporters who have supported us these past seven years. We thank you and remain committed to serving you in 2009 and beyond.

We are finishing our most successful year-end fundraise in recent memory, which has been a great shot-in-the-arm to our hard-working staff. If you were among among those who contributed, THANK YOU! If you are someone who might need a final encouragement to make a tax-deductible, end-of-year contribution to our robust apostolate, here are some messages that have boosted our spirits over the past few days:

“I have been watching the post Prop-8 witch hunt. Do not be deterred. You stood up for the culture, for families and kids. You are patriots and a credit to this nation. May the blessings of the Lord be with you” — Dan G. (San Diego).

“Thank you, Catholic Exchange, for your phenomenal work! I read your articles daily and have introduced your site to many people. Thank you, too, for keeping the site content high quality and CATHOLIC!! God bless you!” — Mary L. (Charlotte, NC).

“I am sure there are many times when you do not feel it or see it, but your ministry has touched hundreds of thousands if not millions across the globe. Our blessed Lord sees it and thanks you for it, even if the world sometimes does not show you” — Peter O. (London, England).

“May God continue to bless your work at Catholic Exchange” — James C. (Australia).

“I have found your site to be most informative. I read it everyday. Keep up the good work!” — Henry D. (Canada).

You are a vital part of this faith-building mission, my friends — which, if you think about it, is all that really matters in this world. We execute, but you provide the means for doing so.

As a small token of my thanks, I am offering a FREE HARDCOVER copy of Catholic investment legend Frank Hanna’s must-read book, “What Your Money Means: And How to Use It Well” with any $100 or more donation made to Catholic Exchange before end of year. This special voluyourworld.jpgme, endorsed by Archbishop Charles Chaput and EWTN’s Raymond Arroyo to name just a few, will quite simply change your life by putting your relationship with money on a new and healthier course. It is a simple and fascinating read, utterly ripe for the economic environment in which we find ourselves.

Thank you once again for all you have done for us and our readers. We are launching new features on the site and staying on the cutting edge of Catholic film and media (with some projects taking shape that are going to blow your mind).

Have a happy and blessed New Year, and I’ll see you online.

In JMJ,
Tom Allen
Editor & President
Catholic Exchange

P.S. Again, with any donation of $100 or more made by Wednesday the 31st, you will receive a hardcover copy of Frank Hanna’s must-read book, “What Your Money Means: And How to Use It Well“. CLICK HERE to make a year-end gift. Your continued support is essential to our work in 2009!

Remember, your gifts are the seeds of vibrant Catholic media apostolate — and tax deductible too!

Thank you all and Happy New Year!

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  • noelfitz

    Tom,

    Many thanks for your good wishes.

    I am grateful to you and your staff for your wonderful apostolate. Also the contributors to CE add to the site.

    You have completed a very successful year with a good income stream from loyal supporters and a completely revamped site.

    I am grateful for the charitable replies to posts of mine, which have differed at times from the views of many. In politics many of us disagree, but in loyalty to the Church there is unity. Our robust and respectful disagreements are healthy.

    I consider an important issue for Catholics in the US at present is to unite in love for the Church. Those Catholics who support Obama and those who consider him an enemy should encourage peace and harmony in the household of the faith.

    God bless,

    NoelFitz.
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    In necessariis, unitas; in dubiis, libertas; in omnibus, caritas.
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