New Catholic Web Site Empowers "Pewsitters" To Report The News

Pewsitter.com, a Catholic news website launched today, combines the power of a news aggregator with that of user generated content, to give faithful Cathoics a powerful voice within the Church

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Danboro, PA (PRWEB) March 27, 2007

Pewsitter.com, a unique Catholic web site launched today, combines the concept of a news aggregator site, like DrudgeReport, with that of a user-generated content site, like Yahoo's You Witness News web site, to give the lay Catholic faithful a powerful, new voice within the Church.

Pewsitter represents a new paradigm within the Church. It provides a mouthpiece for faithful Catholics to report news of positive developments as well as abuses within their local parishes and communities. Once submitted and verified, Pewsitter will promulgate this information to the universal Church, with the objective of bringing about positive change within the Church and the culture at large

"The concept behind the site is to enlist an army of "pewsitters" to be the eyes and ears for this new site", stated Pewsitter's founder, James Todd. "For far too long, faithful Catholics have witnessed abuse after abuse within the Church and have been powerless to do anything about it. No more! By submitting newsworthy items to Pewsitter, the laity can help shape and influence the Church and be a powerful force for positive change."

Pewsitter's initial focus will be on the national and international news on its home page. Its mid term objective is it to feature the Catholic news of the day within each of the 189 Catholic dioceses throughout the U.S. Interested volunteer should contact Pewsitter about assisting with this endeavor.

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