Your Ultimate Guide to Free Catholic Stuff from Amy Brooks, founder of CatholicsOnline.net
With countless websites and resources in this day and age it can be tough for a blogger or a small business to get readers and customers.
One marketing tip to those with websites is to offer something for free in exchange for an email address. Owners of websites encourage visitors to their sites to sign up for a newsletter so they can keep in touch, announce sales and develop a following.
Catholic websites are no exception. Many of these free resources do require signing up for a newsletter – but, you can unsubscribe at any time.
Some of these resources are free and do not require an email address.
Take a look at this Ultimate Guide for Free Catholic Stuff, and see if any would be helpful to you, your family or your friends!
Free Coloring Pages and Craft Ideas
Free Catholic Craft Kit Sampler from Equipping Catholic Families
Prints, Wrapping Paper and More:
List of 10 Free Catholic Apps:
Free Online Bible Study
Free Family Mission Statement Workbook/Guide:
This survey features the results of 375 Catholics on self-reported social media usage. The respondents represent both men and women, a variety of age ranges, and varying levels of involvement in the faith. Our hope is that this survey will help you to have a better understanding of social media usage by Catholics for use in your ministry.
You’ll find tons of resources in this FREE 9-page pdf, including pie charts and bar graphs of the survey results from each question (14 total) as well as analysis of results and tips on applying these results to your social media strategy.*
A Guide to Catholic Social Media Marketing from us at CatholicsOnline.net!
Free Music Ministry Resources
For Converts to Catholicism
Resources that are free with a purchase:
A storage bag, a decade rosary with a miraculous medal, a lavender sachet, two holy cards, from Benedicta Veils
The Ultimate Guide to Free Catholic Stuff
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