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Liguorian Magazine Celebrates Its First 100 Years with a Free Subscription Giveaway and More

1/14/2013 - 6:17 PM PST

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
MEDIA ADVISORY
Catholic PRWire

Liguori, MO (Jan. 14, 2013) – Liguorian, the award-winning Redemptorist pastoral magazine, is celebrating 100 years of providing guidance and inspiration for Catholics. Liguori Publications, publisher of the magazine, is marking the milestone with a subscription giveaway, anniversary issue, commemorative anthology, and more.

“As a joyful messenger of plentiful redemption since 1913, Liguorian represents the best of the Catholic tradition regarding faith, Christian living, and social justice,” said Elizabeth Schmitt, managing editor. “We want to reach out to those who may not be familiar with Liguorian and offer them the opportunity to experience its engaging content. Our hope is that these complimentary subscriptions will support them in their journey of faith and move them toward a deeper conversion.”

To be included in the drawing for the complimentary subscriptions, interested individuals should send name, address, and phone number to 100 New Subscriptions, Liguorian Editor, One Liguori Dr., Liguori, MO 63057, or email (put “100 New Subscriptions” in the subject line) liguorianeditor@liguori.org. The drawing is open to nonsubscribers only. No purchase is necessary and there’s no obligation after the free, one-year subscription has ended. Entries will be accepted until Jan. 31, 2013.

Complimentary subscriptions will begin in March 2013, with Liguorian’s 100th anniversary edition, which will feature content that describes the magazine’s role in history, the evolution of Catholic pastoral publishing, and what’s around the corner for U.S. Catholicism. The anniversary issue will also announce the winner of Liguorian’s centennial essay contest. Celebrations will continue with an anniversary event in October 2013.

Liguori has also released a lasting memorial of Liguorian’s centennial, a volume of short fiction titled From the Heart: Stories of Love, Loss, and Life. The anthology features stories published in Liguorian over the last century and reflects the beauty and mystery of love as well as the undeniable reality of God’s love in our lives. From the Heart is available at www.liguori.org, bookstores, and Amazon.

Founded in 1913 by the Congregation of the Most Holy Redeemer (Redemptorists), Liguorian magazine conveys a timely pastoral message to Catholics on matters of faith, Christian living, and social justice, in order to continue their conversion to Christ. Embracing Church teachings, Liguorian exposes its readers to the best elements of Catholic spirituality and tradition to help them navigate the contemporary world assisted by their faith. Learn more at www.Liguorian.com.

Contact

Liguori Publications
http://www.liguorian.com  MO, 63057-9999 US
Mary Brockgreitens - Publicist,  636-223-1534

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Liguorian, 100th anniversary, free subscriptions, Liguori, From the Heart

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  1. Florence Henderson
    1 year ago

    Hello,

    My uncle was a Redemptorist Priest who wrote for the Ligorian years ago. His name was John Emmett Doherty CSSR, and he wrote an article about the Dead Sea Scrolls in the 50's or 60's. I was too young to appreciate it then, but would love to read it now. Can you help me?

    Thank you.

    Florence Henderson

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