Welcome to the New NCRegister.com Website

The Register’s updated design and new platform will help us to keep bringing you solid Catholic content in this ever-changing technological landscape.

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As many of you may have noticed, this week we enhanced NCRegister.com in numerous ways. Prior to this change, the technology upon which our website was built had grown outdated. We have been working for many months on an updated design and a new platform that better organizes our content behind the scenes. We launched the new website while at the same we still are working on some improvements and features.

During the initial stage of the transition, the Daily Register email was temporarily halted, but it has since resumed. We are grateful for your patience. 

Transition always takes time and requires some flexibility. The new look and navigation may feel, well, new and different for a while (it feels that way for us too), but we hope that ultimately your experience will be better on our new platform and that soon you will feel right at home on our home page.

We are thankful for your invaluable feedback. Please keep in mind that the new site is still a work in progress. And, your readership and your prayers are very much appreciated.

Our upgrades were necessary so we can continue to bring you our solid Catholic content in this ever-changing technological landscape. Such enhancements come with considerable cost and your support helps keep us relevant. Please prayerfully consider supporting us financially here. We thank you in advance for your generosity.

St. Maximilian Kolbe, patron saint of journalists, pray for us!

St. Isidore of Seville, patron saint of the internet, pray for us!

Award-winning front pages of the Register

Catholic Press Association Winners (July 16)

Every summer the Catholic Press Association gathers together Catholic media personnel for an annual convention and for award recognitions. This year the National Catholic Register took home 22 awards as well as the top accolade of Newspaper of the Year in the national division. Listen in to Register Radio for a rundown of EWTN News’ honors. We’ll also discuss with Register senior editor Jonathan Liedl the Pontifical Academy for Life’s latest document that seems to contradict established Church teaching on contraception, and lastly we’ll hear from our newest intern Hannah Cote on her coverage of culture and arts — particularly discussing her reviews of Disney flicks you’ll want to pass on.