The following comes from a June 3 story on the site of the Catholic News Agency.
Catholic News Service is run by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops and is generally less orthodox than the Catholic News Agency.
The nation’s largest archdiocese, Los Angeles, has chosen Catholic News Agency to provide U.S. and global news for its archdiocesan publications, Vida Nueva and The Tidings.
“For an archdiocese as large as Los Angeles, we rely very heavily on a wire service that can provide for us reporting on national and international events,” editor-in-chief, J.D. Long-García told CNA.
“We continue to choose Catholic News Agency because they’re exceptional in providing that for us.”
….Recently, the agency has expanded to include Spanish and English reporting through its editors’ service for publications with bilingual readerships. It includes both translated content from English and original Spanish language reporting from CNA’s sister agency ACI Prensa, headquartered in Lima, Peru.
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