Lisa Anthony
Lisa Anthony
President/Publisher
InFaith Publishing Group

InFaith Publishing Group is the result of Lisa's vision and her 30 years' of experience in publishing. Her strategic vision for the company focuses on three fundamental areas: generating the most authentic and accurate Catholic content possible; delivering the kind of help and support priests, DREs and principals want and Catholics need; and utilizing the best technology available to be where American Catholics are.

"We approach each issue as journalists," Ms. Anthony says. "We identify the topic based on our conversations with priests or religious educators or our surveys of editorial board members or subscribers. Then we monitor the news feeds from the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops or the Vatican to get the guidance from the Catholic hierarchy. Finally, we turn to the Catechism to get the authentic teaching. Then we start our research before we put together our articles. Each issue may only contain 1,100 words but it can take as many as 10,000 words to get there." That's how each issue stays close to what readers need and subscribers want.

Ms. Anthony's degree from Georgetown University paved the way for a career in publishing. "I have worked for any kind of publishing medium you can imagine," Ms. Anthony said. "I love business-to-business newsletters because it brings us so close to our customers. No advertisers or third parties in between us." She is determined to keep InFaith Publishing Group staff small. "It's important for us to stay close to the people we serve so we can continue to hear from them directly what they need from us.

Certified as a Master Catechist by the Diocese of Arlington, VA, she is an extraordinary minister of the Eucharist in her parish, an instructor for the RCIA program, and an instructional teaching assistant in the parish school. She also serves as a religious education teacher and the webmaster of the parish website. Ms. Anthony is a joyfully practicing cradle Catholic.

Kenneth Price
Kenneth Price
Business Manager
InFaith Publishing Group

"Kenny" to customers - joined the company in 2002 and is in charge of all customer-related activities. He is the friendly voice most subscribers hear on the phone and will often be the person who will help parishes or schools fit our publications into budgets when finances get tight.

Ever conscious of parish finances, Mr. Price is our staff advocate for our customers. He ensures that we get the best prices on our consumables - paper, ink, envelopes, etc. - so that we can keep our prices much lower than competitors. Spending so much time talking to our subscribers - priests, nuns, directors of religious education, principals - he keeps the rest of the staff informed about what we can do to best serve subscriber needs.

Mr. Price recently spearheaded an effort to outsource all fulfillment activities to ensure customers get print subscriptions earlier in the month. He approached our local sheltered workshop and found that their clients can do the work cheaper and faster than our inhouse staff. Thus we are able to contribute to the employment of disabled persons in our community, and put our inhouse resources to work producing new publications that will help parishes and schools reach out to Catholics in richer and better ways.

Native to the Washington, DC, area, Mr. Price received a Bachelor of Arts in English from the University of South Florida.