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Survey on how Archdiocesan Catholics consume news

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The Catholic Press Association of the United States and Canada has commissioned the Center for Applied Research in the Apostolate at Georgetown University to conduct a survey of readers of Catholic media.

Daniel Cardinal DiNardo has invited all Archdiocesan faithful of Galveston-Houston to participate in this survey.

From the home page of CARA"s website: www.cara.georgetown.edu click tab at top which says "Online Research" and choose "Catholic Media Use" from list of surveys. Continue to follow instructions from there.

In the first field put in "Texas Catholic Herald"

The Archdiocese look forward to the results in order to help them commuicate at a higher level with the people of the local Church.

They want to know how we stay up-to-date about news in the Catholic Church. Do we prefer to read the Catholic Herald of the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston? Do we prefer secular news services, blogs or websites?

Please take time to help out if you can.

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