Vote for Your Favorite Priest

July 9, 2010

Charlotte, NC (MetroCatholic) - Public Voting is now open for the “Incredible Priests. Incredible Stories.” video and essay contest sponsored by The Catholic Company.

The Catholic Company invites you to come watch the videos and read the essays of the finalists and then cast your vote for your favorite priest. Public voting accounts for one third of the judging along with voting by The Catholic Company staff and a team of guest judges. All votes will be tallied to determine the grand prize winner of a $500 shopping spree and a trip to Rome for the winning priest. The public voting period ends July 15, 2010.

The “Incredible Priests. Incredible Stories.” contest is designed to encourage and motivate our priests and all the faithful through inspirational videos based on real examples of how Catholic priests positively impact lives. The hope is that many priests will come to see the appreciation we have for their works of charity, compassion, and love and be encouraged to continue their work with a newfound joy.

About The Catholic Company
The Catholic Company, the leading Catholic store and mail-order catalog;, provides essential Catholic books and gifts to customers worldwide. The Catholic Company is known for its selection of high quality Catholic products, quick delivery, and customer service. Selling online since 2001, The Catholic Company, has a comprehensive collection of Catholic books, First Communion Gifts, Prayer Cards and more and a world-class distribution center. The Catholic Company, gifts that make a difference…guaranteed.


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