Earlier this month, The Catholic Leader won multiple awards at the Australasian Catholic Press Association (ACPA) 2018 Awards. The team was also awarded a gold award for the Best Social Media Campaign for the AskOne Challenge.
ACPA represents Catholic journalists and communications professionals from more than 140 Catholic publications from Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands.
Managing Editor Matt Emerick said, “We are proud to continue our reputation for producing quality Catholic journalism highlighting the human face of the Church”.
We thank our readers and sponsors for their support for the publication.
Thank you to the talented artists and galleries who participated in Port Reflections: Art of the Port, part of #ACPA2018 . Thank you also to event sponsor, Ocean Capital.
Swipe to see their stunning pieces:
UR plastic surgery presented lots of research this week! Fifth year resident, @paigelmyers along with medical students @raystormp and @alap_patel represented us well at the ABA in Chicago. Fourth year resident @saraneim presented her research at the ACPA in Pittsburgh. #plasticsurgery#burnsurgery#ABA50th#craniofacialsurgery#acpa2018
Returning to Nashville with so much wonderful information from the ACPA conference! Visit our website to see new information we’ve learned be continually added over the next few weeks! www.nashvillespeaks.org. #acpa2018#nashvillespeaks
Look who stopped by Macmillan’s #ACPA18 booth this afternoon—Jeff Chang!
He’ll be speaking at the Plenary Session this afternoon at 2 p.m. in the General Assembly Room this afternoon! A book signing will follow.
Look who dropped by Macmillan’s #ACPA18 booth this afternoon—Melissa Fleming!
Don’t miss Melissa at the Plenary Session tomorrow (3/13) at 2 p.m. in the General Assembly room. A book signing will follow, and all plenary attendees will receive complimentary copies of A HOPE MORE POWERFUL THAN THE SEA.