When you see a network logo that reads, “Cartoon Network,” chances are you’re likely to see the network’s Catholic network logo.
In fact, the network is known for a certain kind of Catholicism, and the Catholic network network logo is a great example of that.
However, the logo does not necessarily mean that the network has Catholic programming or staff members.
That is, the Catholic iconography does not denote Catholic programming.
But what if the network was using the Catholic symbol for all of its programming, regardless of its content?
That would be a bit different, according to the network.
In a new feature that we’re calling “Cartoons for Catholics,” The Catholic Network looks at how network shows are using the symbol.
The goal of the network looks to give Catholics a way to identify their network with their faith, as it’s one of the most common icons on TV today.
As part of the feature, we’re talking to network executive producer Brian Wiese about how Catholic network shows like “American Dad” and “Cars 2” use the icon.
Here’s what he had to say about that:What we’ve seen in recent years is that people have a very broad understanding of how they can use the Catholic emblem in a way that reflects their own faith, and that is, that you can be Catholic and use the symbol in the same way.
For example, the “Carcassonne” episode is about the character, Carta, and it’s about the fact that he wears a mask.
He’s a black man who wears a white mask, so that you could say, “Coca-Cola is the face of Catholicism.”
So you could use that as a way of identifying yourself and identifying with Catholicism.
It can also be used in a humorous way, like, for example, in the episode “Bart vs. the Dragon,” where we had this guy who was a monk, and he was wearing a monk’s robe.
It’s like, “Hey, you’re a monk!
That’s the same thing as wearing a mask.”
What’s interesting about that is that there are actually several other network shows that use the logo, like “The Amazing Race” and, in fact, “Battlestar Galactica.”
The difference is that when you look at the network logo and see the red cross in the center, it’s a little bit different.
The red cross is used as a mark of a specific religious denomination, which is the Catholic Church.
This shows you the different types of Catholics on the network, and how different they are.