A New Online Community for Divorced and Separated Catholics
Alpharetta, GA – March 30, 2009 – The directors of DivorcedCatholic.com announced their completely renewed website, found at http://www.divorcedcatholic.com.
The original site emerged as a leader in providing support and information to divorced Catholics, and this new site has many more features and resources.
The site now features podcasts, a blog, a forum, message boards and videocasts. A variety of published resources are available on
DivorcedCatholic.com including the book, Divorced. Catholic. Now What?, the Voices of Hope dvd, and a monthly
A premier level of access to the website, known as “Full Access”, is available for less than 22 cents a day. Full
Access users are able to access the website’s entire online , which includes regularly added special podcasts and videos,
such as the recent interview with Fr. Jonathan Morris, FOX News Analyst and author of several books.
“We are setting a precedent for providing valuable information for Christians in general, and Catholics in
particular who are suffering the pain of separation and divorce; and we are creating a community where family and friends
can come together to support their loved ones who are suffering,” said Lisa Duffy.
A special feature of DivorcedCatholic.com is the online forum where visitors can post questions regarding being
Catholic and experiencing separation and divorce and receive answers from experts and other divorced Catholics. “We
knew there was a need to put together a place of support where those suffering through separation and divorce could come
and heal, share, grow, ” said Vince Frese. “There is no other website available today for divorced Catholics that allows for
immediate access to the truth of our Catholic faith and the hope that living it provides.”
DivorcedCatholic.com was launched in December 2007 and has quickly become the premier resource for
divorced and separated Catholics. The mission of DivorcedCatholic.com is to offer information and insight to divorced
Catholics on the Church’s teaching regarding divorce, and to help them experience the hope, healing and growth that
living the Catholic faith provides.