Catholic-link is a website that provides videos and comments for Catholic apostolate. The initiative seeks to be an appealing and innovative resource for those that are spreading the Gospel, especially with youth. We recognize that Faith isn’t just one aspect of life, one activity on Sunday morning; rather, it is the light that illuminates and enriches every dimension, every worry, every dream, and every moment of every day. In recognizing this, we seek to offer a selection of videos and their accompanying comments that transmit a vision of daily life that is deeply transformed and enriched by the Catholic Faith. Such an approach allows us to discover eloquent expressions of our values dispersed throughout the world of media, whether they are explicitly Catholic or not.
We hope that this project can provide a valuable service to you and your apostolate. If you have any comments, complaints, or recommendations, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Garrett is the Direct of CL in English. He is studying philosophy and theology in Rome, on his way towards the priesthood.
Mauricio is the General Director of CL. He is studying Communications in Rome and teaches religion in a local school.
Marigina does a little bit of everything at CL. She is our Social Media Manager and does a large part of the graphic designs. If you like the look of CL, don’t forget to tell her so!
Pablo, our Webmaster is Guatemalan and one of the most enthusiastic members of our team. He is the one who takes us out of trouble when something is wrong with the page CL.
Alex is CL author. She studied physics in Oxford, pharmaceutics in Manchester and is committed to bioethics.
Elise is one of the best journalists that we have on the team. She is currently living in Rome and works with CNA, keeping us update on things from the Vatican and Pope Francis.
Champ is the only CL representative from the Philippines. She is currently studying literature and works, above all, on the “Outstanding Initiatives” section.
Winnie is the humanist of the group, showing a deeper love of literature and philosophy. In addition to being a CL author, she helps us with the revision of posts and is also an English teacher.
Daniel is our aspiring theologian and the future chaplain of CL. One of the oldest members of the group, he is also a passionate painter of icons.
Also known as “El Chino”, Canva is the genious behind our animated videos of Pope John Paul II and Pope Francis. His dream is to produce animated movies.
Luisa is a journalist from Colombia and manages editing in CL. She is also consecrated laywomen in the Marian Community of Reconciliation.