Catholic Media Promotion Day


Today, March 15, is “Catholic Media Promotion Day”.  This grassroots effort is designed to help spread the word about all of the great work being done in Catholic Media.

We’ve asked our family of contributors to share their favorites, and here are some wonderful suggestions for you to enjoy. In parentheses, you’ll see the names of the contributors who made these recommendations).

Please note that this post will be updated throughout the day on Catholic Media Promotion Day.

Blog or Website:




Catholic Media:

“Hidden Gem”:

Get Involved!

To build buzz, a Facebook page has been created at and we’re asking you to help spread the word too by promoting Catholic media in the following ways:

  • If you have a blog, podcast or Facebook page, share links to your favorite three blogs, podcasts, Catholic media outlets, and three other Catholic “gems” online
  • Go to iTunes and leave positive reviews for your three favorite Catholic podcasts and Catholic apps
  • Email your family, friends, fellow parishioners and contacts with the good news about your favorite three blogs, podcasts, Catholic media outlets, and three other Catholic “gems” online
  • Contact your local newspaper and tell them about Catholic Media Promotion Day, sharing the good news about media initiatives that are supporting the work of the Church
  • As your local parish to list Catholic podcasts, blogs, apps, and other media initiatives, and offer a few great suggestions to help them get started – volunteer to be a “Catholic Media Liaison” for your parish by supplying this information in the bulletin on a regular basis
  • Consider starting your own blog or podcast and share your faith using Facebook, Twitter and other new media technologies
  • Pray for all of those involved in Catholic media, that the good news of the Gospel may be spread in new and exciting ways, reaching out to the ends of the earth

Working together, we’ll make a big splash tomorrow, March 15 on Catholic Media Promotion Day.  So be sure to head to, “like the page” and get started promoting Catholic Media!



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Lisa M. Hendey is the founder of, a bestselling author and an international speaker. A frequent radio and television guest, Hendey travels internationally giving workshops on faith, family, and communications. Visit Lisa at or on social media @LisaHendey for information on her speaking schedule or to invite her to visit your group, parish, school or organization. Find Lisa’s books on her Amazon author page.


  1. So much information, so many places to find it, the Catholic cyberspace is jammed packed with great stuff. We have no excuse not to be informed for ourselves, our children, and our neighbors!

  2. Wow! So many incredible links that I haven’t heard of before. I love it. Thank you Lisa for compiling all of these in one easy to find place. I’m sending my friends your link for such a huge list.

  3. Oh my, oh my! Now…how will I practice temperance with my internet time with all of these treasures to visit! lol
    Thank you so much for this page, Lisa…actually, kidding aside, many of these sites and books will provide perfect Lenten reading for my journey! I will share this page in a blog post today:)

  4. Thanks everyone, our contributors did all of the hard work – I just got to sit back and enjoy putting it together. I think they picked out many real jewels!

  5. What an amazing list! I love it! I can’t wait to go through and visit as many as possible.

    I was so thrilled, as well, when an online friend pointed out to me that my blog is on the hidden gems list. What a wonderful surprise!

  6. WOW! When I began my career as a Catholic writer in the later 90’s it was nearly impossible to find Catholic venues. Thanks to Lisa and her incredible vision, she has managed to put together a central place to access wonderful Catholic connections so we authors can ‘get the word out’ to others who practice our faith. Kudos and many blessings to Lisa and her dedication to our Holy Catholic Faith!

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