Catholics are excited about the recent launch of Sophia Communications, a full-service Public Relations Agency that offers access to a wide array of media platforms — both faith-based and general market — and a rewarding campaign experience.
Sophia Communications provides a vital connection to the ever-evolving faith-based and conservative media markets through their relationships with high-level press, influencers, clergy, and faith leaders.
The agency has filled the airwaves for the past four years for a handful of clients, generating thousands of unique, high value media hits promoting that client’s books, music, games, calendars, puzzles, and events.
Depending on the product, Sophia Communications’ bookings have ranged from local faith-based radio programs to national media networks like Salem Media and EWTN, to major general market platforms like The Daily Wire, Tucker Carlson, Mornings with Maria Bartiromo, Fox & Friends, The Brian Kilmeade Show, WPIX11 New York, the Dinesh D’Souza Podcast, The Right View with Lara Trump Show, and Making Money with Charles Payne.
Sophia Communications has hosted major campaign events at the Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, CA, the Metropolitan Museum of Art in N.Y., the Museum of the Bible in D.C., and in the shadow of St. Peter’s in Rome, and collaborated with well-known personalities from business, the Church, and the arts to generate maximum exposure for their clients’ products and programs.
In a recent interview with Archangel Radio, Sarah Lemieux, Sophia Communications Executive Director, explained that, in addition to Catholic organizations and causes, those who are “looking to enrich the world with In their positive products and programs” and “evangelize” will benefit from their services. “Basically what we’re really about is spreading the faith through the media. When people buy our products they become enriched in their faith.”
Client brands include Benedictus Books, Sophia Institute Press, Endow, Catholic Exchange, Epic Pew, Sophia Institute for Teachers, and Fraternity Publications.
“We’re open to all clients,” Lemieux continued. “They just can check us out and we’ll work with them: what is their message that they’re trying to get out there and what is their goal, does it align with our mission? We’re happy to talk with them and just really hope to fulfill those hopes that they have.”
Highlights of some of their campaigns may be found on their new site.
For more information, contact Sophia Communications Executive Director, Sarah Lemieux at email@example.com or (978) 245-4200.