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This Week in Ministry


This Week in Ministry provides timely content every week formatted for use in a variety of ways.  Whether your content needs include a parish bulletin, websites, E-newsletters, social media or more, This Week in Ministry provides solutions. 

Below are links to sample content from some recent editions of This Week in Ministry featuring timely resources to assist parish, diocesan and institutional ministries. Just click on the links to download each resource.

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Sunday to Sunday

Intended for: Communications Ministry, Parish Bulletin Editors, Catechists, Social Media, Websites
Sunday to Sunday is our weekly, a ready-to-print bulletin insert that provides content to nourish and deepen your faith community.

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Fact of Faith
Intended for: Catechists, Faith Formation, Communications Ministry, Social Media, Websites

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Intended for: Communications Ministry, Social Media, Websites
Use these in bulletins, newsletters, on your website, and in social media posts



Catechetical Corner:

Brief catechesis on Catholic doctrine and faith practice.

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Intended for: Communications Ministry, Social Media, Websites
This feature from Catholic News Service provides a brief biographies of our saints and blesseds. Use it as a bulletin item or in social media.




Social Media Posts

Intended for: Communications Ministry, Social Media, Websites
Our weekly social media posts can be used for your parish Facebook and Twitter accounts. The Word document shows ideas for using the images with text on Facebook. You can right click on each image to save or copy them or download the full size versions of the images.

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