Catholic News Agency

The Catholic News Agency (CNA) is a private institution of EWTN that provides news related to the Catholic Church to the global anglophone audience. It is frequently mistaken for Catholic News Service a financially self-sustaining division of the US Conference of Catholic Bishops. CNA has published anti-Pope Francis articles, and is reported to be connected to conservative money.[1]

Founded in 2004 as the English section of the worldwide ACI Group, it is headquartered in Denver, Colorado, United States. Its executive director is Peruvian journalist Alejandro Bermudez.[2]

Its editors' service provides free news, features, commentary, and photojournalism to editors of newspapers.[3] Other news services such as EWTN, the National Catholic Register, and Christian News Wire report news that CNA provides.[4][5][6][7]

CNA is the sister agency of the Spanish-language news agency ACI Prensa. In 2014 CNA and ACI Group announced that they would merge with EWTN.[8]

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  1. ^ National Catholic Register
  2. ^ "About Us :: Catholic News Agency (CNA)".
  3. ^ "CNA and EWTN News will launch news service for Catholic publications." Catholic News Agency. 25 May 2011.[1]
  4. ^ "'I would rather go to hell than take orders on how to vote from the Cardinal.'--Australian Lawmaker". 7 June 2007.
  5. ^ "Buy Domains - is for sale!".
  6. ^ "Catholic News Agency Presents Exclusive 2009 Liturgical Calendar - Christian Newswire".
  7. ^ EWTN via CNA [2]
  8. ^ "Catholic News Agency, ACI Group merging into EWTN".

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