California Catholic’s quiet missionaries

Email us for your free calling cards 

 

On Friday, January 26, we announced that we will send our readers 10 free calling cards just for the asking.

Since then we have had requests for 10 cards each from two readers from San Francisco, one from Anza, one from Sherman Oaks who was going to a Feb. 4 baby shower, and one nun who is on “outreach ministries for our Congregation” in the L.A. archdiocese.

Our original offer is available to anyone who emails us. Think of it as a way of opening your friends, relatives, co-workers to quiet evangelization.

From the Jan. 26 Cal Catholic story:

Now we will send you 10 Cal Catholic business cards — just for the asking.

Email us your name and address and we’ll put in the mail to you today.

Send to info@cal-catholic.com

Here is what the card looks like:

 

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Thanks for linking to the Lenten regulations from the diocese of Sacramento. (In the ELSEWHERE column)
    This surprised me:
    4. Special day of penance and prayer: Wednesday, March 14. According to Diocese Statute 123§3c the second Wednesday of March is to be observed as “A day of penance for negative attitudes and discrimination toward people of differing cultures, ethnicity and race; and prayer for unity in our diversity, for equality, mutual respect and peace among all peoples.”

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