Support Catholic Communications

Help spread the gospel of Jesus Christ to a growing digital world by prayerfully supporting the Catholic Communications Campaign. 

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By supporting Catholic Communications on World Communications Day, May 12, you'll support the creation of many forms of inspirational and educational Catholic media, including the examples below. 

Thank you for your prayerful support as we amplify the good news! 50% of this annual collection stays within the Diocese of Arlington. 

CDA Live Stream Mass
CDA Live Stream Mass
CDA Live Stream Mass
CDA Live Stream Mass

Office of Communications

Leveraging a host of traditional and digital media platforms, the Office of Communications serves to inform, educate and inspire the faithful by increasing awareness of the various ministries and programs offered by the Diocese of Arlington. Delivery channels include websites, podcasts, e-newsletters, event coverage, YouTube, video messages, social media and secular media relations, among others, as well as the in-depth coverage provided by the award-winning Arlington Catholic Herald newspaper.

As a partnership of the Department of Communications and the Arlington Catholic Herald, the Office of Communications also works to amplify the message and vision of Bishop Burbidge for the Diocese through the promotion and coverage of specific events such as The World Day of Poor, The Light Is On Campaign, Work Camp, Diocesan Pilgrimage, Ordinations, the annual Men's and Women's Conferences and a host of other initiatives. 


#LoveOurMothers campaign

During the month of May, the Office of Communications launched #LoveOurMothers, a multimedia and social campaign to celebrate moms, with videos capturing the stories of four extraordinary mothers served by our diocesan and Catholic Charities ministries and resources to learn more about the programs that helped them.

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Weekly TV Mass for the homebound

Every week, the Diocese of Arlington, in partnership with the Archdiocese of Washington, produces a Sunday TV Mass for broadcast to the homebound. The Mass is filmed at the Crypt Church of the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, D.C. and celebrated by priests from the Diocese of Arlington and the Archdiocese of Washington, with local parish and school choirs.

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Parish Bulletin Announcements

With the parish bulletin announcement portal, the Office of Communications offers parish staff and site visitors access to up-to-date information on diocesan programs, initiatives, and events as well important messages from the Bishop and the Diocese for use in parish bulletins.

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