An ebook can help get your founder canonized

Do you yearn to see your religious founder canonized? Do you wish you could easily let the world know about your charism, or your founder’s life of sanctity? Are you tired of paying high printing costs for your books or booklets? Then turn your written material...

Kevin Banet’s story: from morse code to marketing

I’m thankful that I had a good education. I learned just as much from my hobbies as from the classroom. I learned Morse code using a doorbell buzzer at home at age 13, then got an amateur radio license. In high school I wrote stories and drew cartoons for the...

Two new workers for TreeFrogClick

TreeFrogClick just this week brought on two new workers. They are Lisa Graas, writer and author of the blog, Catholic Bandita. Lisa will be writing for the religious communities we serve, and will be a great help telling others about them on her very-popular blog....

Our new syndicated columns

I’m happy to announce that I have begun a regular column on certain political/cultural websites. I enjoy writing about culture and Christianity, and although you may not agree with me all the time, I hope you’ll take a look at my musings. Check out the...

Why the Christmas message trumps all tragedies

Although a great tragedy has lessened our holiday joy this year, the story of Christmas gives us the solution. I heard this in a sermon last week: God sent his Son into the world, not as an earthly emperor or king, not with the protection of bodyguards or adulation of...
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