From the U.S. Catholic archives
Following in the footsteps of St. Anthony Claret, the Claretians began their publishing ministry in the United States in 1935 with The Voice of St. Jude. In 1963 that publication became U.S. Catholic magazine.
To celebrate the magazine's rich history, each month we'll post an article that appeared in a past issue of U.S. Catholic.
From the archives:
October 1984 (Vol. 49, No. 10) - Why divorced Catholics won't just go away
September 1979 (Vol. 44, No. 9) - Dom Helder Camara: technician of Christian nuclear power
August 1964 (Vol. 30, No. 4) - The controversial kingdom of Walt Disney
July 2004 (Vol. 69, No. 7) - 10 to-do's after 'I do'
June 1999 (Vol. 64, No. 6) - How does our garden grow?
May 1989 (Vol. 54, No. 5) - It takes one to know one: A mom's-eye view of the Blessed Mother
April 1979 (Vol. 44, No. 4) - Don't pass over Exodus
March 1984 (Vol. 49, No. 3) - Don't let Lent pass you by
February 1964 (Vol. 29, No. 2) - What makes Peanuts run?
January 1999 (Vol. 64, No. 1) - Let's not sleep through the millennium
December 1993 (Vol. 58, No. 12) - Put something different under the tree
November 1983 (Vol. 48, No. 11) - Let's bring back patron saints
October 1978 (Vol. 43, No. 10) - Bring back the rosary
September 1968 (Vol. 33, No. 9) - Mary Daly and the second sex
August 1988 (Vol. 53, No.8) - Bombs away: What U.S. Catholic readers think about nuclear weapons