Read The Southern Cross FREE during the Crisis
With churches closed or extremely limited, many of our loyal readers will not have access to their weekly Southern Cross. And in these times, many more Catholics will seek sound reading about their faith.
As our response to these extraordinary days, we have made an extraordinary decision:
On every Sunday for the next weeks, we offer the digital edition of The Southern Cross FREE to everybody. No cost, no catch. Click and read. And tell all your friends about this offer!
BUT WE NEED YOUR HELP!
Since the closure of churches means that we’ll lose the bulk of our weekly revenue, we ask you to support us with your generous donations: maybe just the R12 cover price for every issue you read, or more if you believe the survival of South Africa’s only national Catholic weekly is important.
Other ways of supporting us are to subscribe (and get The Southern Cross on Wednesdays!) or to join our Associates Campaign. We also welcome any donations.
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