Catholic Podcasters Join Forces in Divine Mercy Podcast Marathon for New Media Evangelization
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
ROSWELL, GA (April 12, 2012) - On Saturday, April 14 2012, Catholic podcasters from all over the
world will join forces in a 12 hour long podcast marathon to raise
money for SQPN's New Media evangelization efforts.
The podcast Marathon will begin on Saturday, April 14 at 10 am EST and
will end on the eve of Divine Mercy Sunday at 10 pm EST. In addition
to streaming video and audio, viewers will be able to chat and
interact with the podcasters via a live chatroom.
Fun and Festive
"Every year, we end our giving campaign in a fun and festive way with
a podcast marathon," says Fr. Roderick Vonhogen, CEO of SQPN. "We are
still about $7000 short of the amount we raised last year. Hopefully,
people will help us to meet our goal so we can continue to evangelize
with new media. As a non profit organization, we completely rely on
donations from our listeners."
SQPN was founded to answer blessed John Paul II's appeal to Catholics
to use new media and the internet for the new evangelization. With
over a quarter of a million downloads each month, the organization has
been able to reach tens of thousands of mostly young people all over
This year, Fr. Roderick hopes not only to continue the existing
initiatives, but also to substantially expand SQPN's reach by building
a new studio and by hiring extra people to help with the production of
"However, to expand our work and build a new production studio, we
would need an additional $40,000," says Fr. Roderick. "It seems
impossible, but we trust in God's providence. If it's His plan, He
will somehow make it all work."
More information about how to support SQPN with a one time gift or a
recurring donation is available on http://SQPN.com/donate
http://www.sqpn.com GA, 30077-0491 US
Steve Nelson - Executive Director,
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