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EWTN Global Catholic Network is the largest religious media network in the world, broadcasting TV & Radio programming 24 hours a day to 144 countries. EWTN News provides print & digital news through the National Catholic Register newspaper, plus 10 websites and their associated email distributions reaching over 14 million users each month. Let us help promote your apostolate, products, and services to millions of active, committed Catholics around the world.
The websites and email distributions of the National Catholic Register, Catholic News Agency, ACI Prensa, and ChurchPOP deliver up-to-the-minute news, timely and informative features from our bloggers, and lively interactive discussion with millions of readers daily around the world in 6 languages.
With a combined monthly capacity of 24 million page views, our monthly available ad inventory tops 80 million ad impressions, consistently exceeding national CTR averages.
National Catholic Register (English)
Catholic News Agency (English)
ACI Prensa (Spanish)
ChurchPOP Español (Spanish)
ACI Digital (Portuguese)
ACI Stampa (Italian)
CNA Deutsche Ausgabe (German)
ACI Africa (English)
ACI Afrique (French)
The National Catholic Register was founded in 1927, and after more than 80 years continues to provide its readers with timely news reporting from across the United States, from the Vatican, and from around the world.
The Register is read by tens of thousands of active lay Catholics along with over 800 priests, 160 bishops, 40 archbishops and 30 Vatican officials. In addition to the news that its readers need and expect, the Register also includes edifying feature articles on such topics as the Culture of Life, Catholic education, books, arts & entertainment, Catholic travel, and its award-winning In-Person interview series. It is published biweekly, 26 issues per year.
National Catholic Register subscribers are Catholic opinion leaders who live their faith and encourage others to do the same. Mature, affluent and especially well educated (more than a third hold graduate degrees), they are an extraordinarily responsive, involved and culturally attuned audience. They have time for entertainment, travel and both intellectual and spiritual pursuits.