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Southern Cross Subscription campaign set for October 12-13

Originally Appeared in : 9920-9/26/19

Your diocesan newspaper, the Southern Cross, provides a quiet voice of Catholic insight amid the flurry of information received in a world of instant communication. Read the Southern Cross and Put Faith in Your Opinions.

“I would like, then, to invite everyone to promote a journalism of peace. By that, I do not mean the saccharine kind of journalism that refuses to acknowledge the existence of serious problems or smacks of sentimentalism. On the contrary, I mean a journalism that is truthful and opposed to falsehoods, rhetorical slogans, and sensational headlines. A journalism created by people for people, one that is at the service of all, especially those — and they are the majority in our world — who have no voice. A journalism less concentrated on breaking news than on exploring the underlying causes of conflicts, in order to promote deeper understanding and contribute to their resolution by setting in place virtuous processes. A journalism committed to pointing out alternatives to the escalation of shouting matches and verbal violence.”
 — Message of Pope Francis for The 52nd World Communications Day: “The truth will set you free” (Jn 8:32). Fake news and journalism for peace” - May 13, 2018.

 

It is estimated that one-third of the roughly 26,000 Catholic households registered in South Georgia regularly attend Sunday Mass.

 

The mission of the Southern Cross is to deliver news that will put Faith in the opinions of all 26,000 households.

 

Join us in the on going mission to deliver Catholic news to each registered household.

 

We ask you to consider giving $30 or more during the Southern Cross subscription campaign beginning on October 12.

 

Fifteen dollars pays for one annual subscription of 26 issues. As the official newspaper of the Diocese of Savannah, the Southern Cross delivers news and feature stories about the Catholic community in South Georgia.

 

  • The Southern Cross carries official statements from our bishop, priest assignments, parish or mission openings and closings, and significant diocesan office or staffing changes.

 

  • The Southern Cross publishes news from around the world.

 

  • Catholic commentary focuses on local, national and international issues.

 

  • Its pages carry the work of professional journalists and photojournalists vetted by the Catholic News Service (CNS). Operating under the auspices of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, CNS is a reliable source for shaping a Catholic understanding of current events.

 

  • Diocesan columnists offer personal insights into life as a Catholic.

 

  • Be informed about upcoming events, construction news, departmental and diocesan reports.

 

  • You can find us online at southerncross.diosav.org where you will find most of what we print and much more that just wouldn’t fit inside 16 pages.

 

  • We are too small to do all things Catholic; but, all we do is Catholic.

 

Thank you in advance for your continued support.

 

Remember — read the Southern Cross and Put Faith in Your Opinions.

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