By now you’ve heard the exhilarating news that this month The Catholic Herald is finally coming to the United States. Our first US edition will hit the newsstands on November 16.
After 130 years, we knew it was time. The feedback from American Catholics is almost universally supportive. We already have huge numbers of American fans, who say there’s nothing like the Herald in the US Catholic media market.
They’re right. Now we can bring this great news and arts magazine – favourite reading of GK Chesterton, JRR Tolkien, and Evelyn Waugh – literally to their doorsteps.
Our new free US email newsletter is out today. Why not subscribe to it right now? Once a week you’ll have an incredibly useful guide to our unrivalled analysis and cultural features – plus news of subscription packages and special offers (some of them exclusive to newsletter subscribers).
Go to the homepage to sign up to the US newsletter. We know you’re all busy people, but it takes only five seconds to sign up: just give us your name and email address and that’s it.
If you’re one of the first 500 people to sign up to the newsletter, you’ll receive a code for a US subscription discount once our order page for the new edition goes live.
This is a time of crisis but also opportunity in American Catholicism. The US Catholic Herald will be shaking things up – and opening a new door to the spiritual and artistic riches of our Catholic heritage. Get ready for change.
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