Catholic Church creates unified comms service

The Catholic Church in England and Wales has revamped its PR after

a full communications review.

Conducted pro bono by Grayling Group director Angela Salt and Radio 2

controller Jim Moir, the four-month review has created a unified

Catholic communications function.

This brings together the four existing PR services: the Catholic media

office (press office), the Catholic communication centre (which provides

media training), cardinal Cormack Murphy O'Connor's press spokesperson

and the church's committee of communication.

The church is now looking for a director to head the service and report

to Andrew Summersgill, general secretary of the bishops' conference.

According to Salt, the unification is not likely to lead to


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