The Good News is a daily email newsletter that summarizes relevant headlines and important Christian news in light of Catholic teaching. Additionally, it provides links to inspiring and informative Christian content on social media.

The Good News is changing the way America consumes media from secular sources to more loving, evangelical, and authoritative Catholic sources by promoting Christian values, news, art, music, science, thought, and dialogue.

The Good News is answering Saint John Paul the Great’s call to a “new evangelization” in three ways:

1. Summarizing the news in the light of Catholic teaching and distributing it as effectively as possible

2. Promoting and inspiring Christian values, art, music, science, thought, and dialogue primarily through social media

3. Highlighting with positivity and enthusiasm the spread of the Good News around the world and the growth of the body of Christ

The Good News is for ALL – universal in nature. Our message is in tune with Christians worldwide and is wholeheartedly Roman Catholic in union with the Holy See, the USCCB, the Catholic Catechism, and the Holy Bible.

Jason Collett is the founder and editor of The Good News and is committed to proclaiming the New Evangelization as prescribed by St. John Paul II. He has received praise for his work summarizing the news through a Catholic lens from leading Catholic voices including Teresa Tomeo and Patti Armstrong. He has been quoted in the National Catholic Register and Crux and has appeared on Relevant Radio, Radio Maria, Holy Spirit Radio, and others.

Jason was an All-American middle-distance runner at Kansas State University where he earned a BS in Geographic Information Systems and an MA in International Security. He worked on Capitol Hill for Kansas Senator Pat Roberts before transitioning to a private-sector career managing large-scale projects for a prominent GIS mapping company. Hearing God’s call to share the hope of the Gospel, Jason founded The Good News in 2017. By weaving the fundamentals of the faith into the daily news, he hopes to share the beauty and truth of the Catholic Church with a fast-paced society.