Bayard, Inc. Announces Catholic Digest Relaunch
Danielle Bean named new editor-in-chief
By Catholic Digest Staff
A note from Danielle:
As a writer, editor, and longtime fan of Catholic Digest (I have fond memories of curling up with a cup of tea and the latest issue as a teenager years ago), I am honored to be here.
With this re-launch issue in March, you will be able to see our new look, new size, and new content but it is my hope that you will see some old things too. As we begin our 76th year, there is no doubt that Catholic Digest has earned a well-respected place in history, and I am excited to be a part of it. It is my goal to respect and preserve the tradition of Catholic Digest, even as we adapt and change to better serve the needs of today's readers.
Catholic life is uniquely challenging, but also uniquely joyful. I pray that the new Catholic Digest will be a useful tool for you and a means by which we encourage and support one another in the joyfully challenging, important work of faith and family living.
Bayard, Inc. Announces Catholic Digest Re-launch
NEW LONDON, CT (November 29, 2011) - Bayard, Inc. announces a new direction for its landmark publication, Catholic Digest. With the March 2012 issue, Catholic Digest will relaunch with an updated format and a fresh focus, under the direction of new editor-in-chief, Danielle Bean.
Bean, an award-winning author, blogger, and editor of Faith & Family, brings a new voice and an updated look to the publication. "I am thrilled about the new direction we are taking with Catholic Digest and can't wait to share it with our readers," said Bean.
Bret D. Thomas, president and CEO of Bayard, Inc., said, "As our new editor-in-chief, Danielle is committed to making the all-new Catholic Digest inspiring, relevant, faithful, and fun. With the relaunch, Catholic Digest will publish in a larger size, with a fresh look and a contemporary focus."
With this change, Dan Connors, former editor-in-chief of Catholic Digest, will take a larger role in editing Living with Christ, for which he has served as editorial director. He also remains editorial director for Bayard, Inc., including Catholic Digest and continues his work with the book division of Twenty-Third Publications, a division of Bayard Inc.
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Bret D. Thomas