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Catholicism Sweepstakes: Win a Trip for Two to Rome and Paris!

3/11/2014 - 1:54 PM PST

Catholic PRWire

COLORADO SPRINGS, CO (March 11, 2014) - How would you like to go to Mass at Sacre Coeur Basilica in Paris, explore the home of St. Therese of Lisieux, and attend a Papal Audience at St. Peter's Basilica? One lucky winner and their guest will have the chance to do all this and more with Catholicism Sweepstakes sponsored by Image Books and Word on Fire.

Fr. Robert Barron's book Catholicism has sold over 100,000 copies and has deepened the faith of Catholics around the world. To celebrate, Image Books and Word on Fire are partnering to send two people on the trip of a lifetime.

One winner and a guest will travel to Rome and Paris with 206 Tours to view firsthand some of the marvelous places explored in the book.

The sweepstakes runs from March 11 to May 2, 2014 and is open to legal residents of the contiguous United States, including the District of Columbia (excluding Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico), who are the age of 18 or older at time of entry.

Twenty-five (25) runners-up will each receive a copy of Father Robert Barron's DVD box set, Catholicism (valued at $99.00).

Official sweepstakes rules can be found here:

To view package specifics, visit the 206 Tours website:

To enter the Catholicism Sweepstakes, visit:


Image Books/Random House  CO, 80921 US
Katie  Moore - Publicist,  (719) 268-1936


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  1. Ribert Tolimieri
    1 year ago

    I think the Catholic Church in America is too restrictive and refuses to listen to different views.

    Pope Francis has the right idea. The Church needs to change. From comments made by other Catholics, they believe that Pope Francis is too liberal because of his statement that Reagonomics never helped the poor and that the wealthy should help the poor more then they now do. I've lived during Reagonomics, and have always believed that It only helped the rich and resulted in the elimination of the middleclass.

    As some experts mentioned recently, Repulicans have always been on the wrong side of history. And Catholics in America, once Democratic and liberal, have supported Republican politicians who have no other agenda but to make the Wealthy, Wealthier. The Catholic Church and those who call themselves Catholics, do not follow the teachings of Jesus Christ, which was, in general, that those who have must help those who do not have. Simple as that. But, most Catholics, to my astonishment, are racists.

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