The Catholic Signal Corps is READY

Catholic Signal Corps.   I posted that it was finally up and running last April.  It is time to remind everyone.

What do I mean?


  • Big social media outlets are filtering, censoring, shadow banning content and users, “deplatforming” those whose opinions are not “acceptable” to them.
  • This is going to get worse as we continue to polarize.
  • People who want to or who do use the interwebs for good, Catholic works usually don’t have the tech background to, say, be a server administrator or to unwedge problems as they arise… and they always arise.
  • Building up a free standing site and keeping it updated and running is not easy. Not just anyone can do it.  Believe me.  I have practical knowledge of the problem, not theoretical.

Think about this if your parish or a priest is trying to set something up.

In “COVID TIME” this is important.

It is hard to find good tech help that is both capable and reliable.

I am happy to announce that…


We have formed the

Catholic Signal Corps!

We have a Patreon site to raise money so we can also pay – at least a little – the team members.


We have also teamed up with Roman Catholic Gear to provide “Thank You!” gifts to people who become Patrons of the Corps through Patreon.

There are two more levels we are working on.



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  2. Fr. Kelly says:

    Since March, I have been livestreaming my Masses using Zoom. It has been working, but I am concerned about the company’s public stand in support of abortion.

    Would the Catholic Signal Corps be a way of broadcasting my livestream each day, allowing me to replace Zoom as the way to provide access to the Holy Mass for those who are still homebound?

  3. Kathleen10 says:

    Fr. Z you get more done in one week than many of us get done in a month. You’ve always got something going on, it’s pretty amazing. You’re part of the solution, not the problem. Thank you.

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