Introducing the Latest Lay Witness

The September/October issue of Lay Witness magazine discusses Catholic Social Teaching–in particular, the balance between the things of this world and the things of eternity. The print edition features articles by some of your favorite authors. David Fagerberg gives an entertaining and enlightening summary of Catholic Social Teaching from the perspective of beloved Catholic writer G.K. […]

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Introducing the Latest Lay Witness

The July/August issue of Lay Witness magazine is now in mailboxes! This issue provides commentary and guidance on one of the greatest cultural battles of our time: Marriage. William B. May, author of the award-winning Getting the Marriage Conversation Right, contributes to this issue, as well as Bishop Michael Sheridan, David Prosen, Maura Colleen McKeegan, and […]

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Celebrate Vocations Awareness Week!

January 13-19 the USCCB is sponsoring its annual “National Vocation Awareness Week“. While the week specifically promotes vocations to the religious life, having a proper understanding of vocation is essential even for those of us not called to religious life. Here is an excellent article from a recent issue of Lay Witness on the basics of “vocation.” […]

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Lay Witness, Now in Full Color!

  Our annual pro-life issue is now in print, and our longtime readers will be pleased to find that their favorite Catholic magazine is now in full color! This issue features informative and engaging articles from Simcha Fisher, Arland Nichols, Dan Burke, and many more! To access our web exclusive articles, visit our website here. […]

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Lay Witness–spotlight on Catholic Culture

The November/December issue of Lay Witness magazine is one you’ll not want to miss. Discussing the broad issue of Catholic Culture, this issue tackles both the general question of “What is Catholic Culture?” and specific manifestations of Catholic contributions to culture at large. Weighing in from their respective disciplines, authors James Gaston, David Clayton, Anthony Esolen, […]

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New from Lay Witness

  The September/October issue of Lay Witness is hot off the press! This issue celebrates the upcoming Year of Faith, as well as the 50th anniversary of the Second Vatican Council. We feature excellent and timely articles by authors such as Dr. Regis Martin and Kevin Clarke, as well as regular favorites Dr. Ted Sri […]

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The Latest Lay Witness

The July/August 2012 Lay Witness explores the Church’s understanding of human love, marriage, and sexuality. This excellent issue includes articles by Jennifer and Greg Willits, Matthew Bowman, David Mills, Arland K. Nichols, and more! Check out our web exclusives by Patrick Coffin and Chris Sparks, and for more information on subscribing to Lay Witness, visit the […]

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Congrats to Lay Witness Authors!

This year’s Catholic Press Association awards were just presented. A hearty “congratulations” is in order for two Lay Witness authors: Emily Stimpson, whose “Rethinking Joy” won 2nd place for best regular column, and Mike Aquilina, who won 3rd in the Best Essay in a General Interest Magazine category for his article “Why Leisure Suits You: […]

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Just an Ordinary Day?

The following is an excerpt from the “Looking at a Masterpiece” series from Lay Witness magazine. In the May/June 2012 issue, columnist and former CUF President Madeleine Stebbins discusses the everyday holiness embodied in Johannes Vemeer’s The Little Street. For more information on subscribing to Lay Witness, visit our website. This painting circa 1657 by one of […]

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Lay Witness, Hot Off the Press!

 The latest issue of Lay Witness has arrived! In our May/June issue we answer the question of how the early Church Fathers remain relevant today. This issue is chock-full of great articles from some of today’s most knowledgeable patristic scholars, including Mike Aquilina, James Papandrea, Rod Bennett, John Bergsma, and Carl Sommer. And just to […]

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