Catholic Digest launches redesigned print, online editions
NEW LONDON, CT– Catholic Digest is introducing readers to a redesigned print magazine and website as the magazine continues its mission to help Catholics grow in their faith.
The print and online editions feature new departments and interviews with notable Catholics. The new departments include:
- Savoring Sundays by Jeff Young, The Catholic Foodie, helps readers find inspiration for family mealtimes;
- Outside Perspectives gives readers a brief look at a belief or tenet from another faith (Christian or non-Christian), with an explanation and a Catholic response to it.
- The Way of Beauty is a spiritual reflection about a classic piece of Catholic art.
Readers will continue to see work by longtime Catholic Digest writers such as Father Dwight Longenecker and Pat Gohn.
The relaunched website includes exclusive online content to provide readers even more support for their faith and families.
Catholic Digest has a new logo and tagline of “faith + life” to express its mission to support and encourage modern Catholics in their everyday lives.
“With such a rich history, we might grow comfortable and avoid the challenge of change. And yet, at Catholic Digest we know that we are called to serve a rapidly changing population of Catholics, and it is only through change that we can improve and grow.”
Along with the relaunch, Catholic Digest is proud to announce that Bishop Robert Reed, auxiliary bishop of the Archdiocese of Boston and president of the CatholicTV, has joined Catholic Digest as its editor-at-large. You can learn more about Bishop Reed and read his inaugural column in the September issue and online.
In 1936, Catholic Digest began sharing stories of real people to express how a life guided by faith can be exciting, challenging, fulfilling and joyous. Each issue contains stories that inform, inspire, and entertain; tips for strengthening family ties and friendships; plus recipes, puzzles, and more. Catholic Digest encourages its readers to love and embrace their faith by exploring the Catholic tradition in a fulfilling and joyful manner.
The September print edition was the first issue to include the redesigned format; the updated website started in late summer. Existing subscribers will continue to receive their copies as usual.