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Jan 24 2013

Let’s dream together

Share the dream

dream together screen shotWe have been working behind the scenes to bring you an exciting new feature on our website. Our Dream Together page is exploding with content, and we want you to be part of the movement.

This new, interactive area on our website allows you to post your dream, including the option to upload a photo. We have also included a way for you to share your dream on Facebook and Twitter. We believe that there is more that connects us than divides us, and we want you to be part of the conversation. Visit our Dream Together page today, post your dream and then share it with your friends on Facebook and Twitter. Encourage them to think about their dreams and to get involved.


Rise to the challenge

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Throughout 2013, we will be issuing a few challenges and want you to take part. Our dream challenges are designed to appeal to your sense of adventure and to share them with others.

Our first challenge is to simply post a picture of something you love. Post your entry on our Dream Together page with a caption and then share it with your friends on Facebook and Twitter. Challenge submissions can even be sorted on the Dream Together page so that you can see what others have contributed. Be sure to view our video for inspiration.

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Jun 19 2009

Article about Zamboanga documentary wins award

Father Jack Wintz of St. Anthony Messenger magazine received an Archbishop Edward T. O’Meara Award, honorable mention, for his article “Zamboanga: Land of Hope for Christian-Muslim Dialogue.” The story appeared in the magazine’s August 2008 issue. The award was presented during the 2009 Catholic Media Convention in Anaheim, Calif.

The article competed in the category, “Catholic Magazines, For Single Article with Worldwide Missionary Theme.” The O’Meara Awards recognize excellence in world mission news coverage.

Father Jack traveled to the Philippines in January 2008 to attend the concert, document the making of our film and report on Christian-Muslim dialogue in the Philippines. His article gives a vivid look at his trip, including interviews with Fatima, a 15-year-old Muslim girl in the CFCA-Zamboanga program; Maribel, a CFCA-Zamboanga staff member; and CFCA President and Co-founder Bob Hentzen.

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