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Catholic Digest

Catholic Digest
Editor-in-Chief Dan Connors
Categories Roman Catholicism
Frequency 11 times per year
Publisher Bayard U.S.
Founder Fr. Louis Gales[1]
First issue  1936 (1936-month)
Company Bayard
Country United States
Based in New London, Connecticut
Language English
ISSN 0008-7998

Catholic Digest is an American Roman Catholic monthly magazine.

It was founded in 1936 and today circulation totals 300,000.

In December 2001, the French Roman Catholic media group Bayard Presse purchased the magazine from University of St. Thomas (Minnesota), who had owned it since 1964.[2]


External links

  • Official Website

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