I am sorry, but I do not like the new format for the Catholic Digest. What was wrong with the old? You have deleted things that people enjoyed reading. I may not renew.
Debra FryeMarch 3, 2012
Like some of the new format of the New Catholic Digest, but disappointed that you took out Words for Quiet Moments,and the puzzles- crossword & word search. I looked forward to reading the Quiet Moments everyday; it became part of my morning prayer ritual. Please consider bring it back in future issues, thanks.
Ronald DiPalmaFebruary 29, 2012
Welcome to the new editor-in-chief. I recently wrote to the previous EIC Dan Conners lamenting the end of his reign. I also expressed my approval of the changes in the digest over the past few years, especially the articles on the Saints. I must say however I for one prefer the Readers Digest style of the CD to the larger and staple bound new edition.
Also I must agree with a previous respondant in hoping this will not be too feminized. I liked having Dan's comments with a male perspective counterbalanced at the end of the digest with Konigs female perspective.
annonymous readerFebruary 18, 2012
Just got our new 'relaunch' issue. Very disappointing that you ruined an already good magazine. It's more like Better Homes and Gardens.
Phil WalshFebruary 17, 2012
Just looked at the new magazine and not impressed. Seems very lightweight with article very short and unsubstantial. Also miss some features like the daily prayers and reflections. I hope it get better or you've lost me as a subscriber. Just reupped for a year with no notice changes coming. Not thrilled.
R. LacoursiereJanuary 5, 2012
Dan Connors, I will miss you as editor of Catholic Digest, You have brought so much to the magazine in the past few years including the Catholic content, current topics of interest and your own humble spirit. I always read it from cover to cover. Thank you and may God bless you and your family.
Catholic DigestDecember 19, 2011
Dear Martz M, if you have any questions about your subscription, please call our customer service line at 800-678-2836.
Martz MDecember 16, 2011
I received my invoice for my new subscription and notice that it is to be sent to Dayton OH and I am from Canada. Is the $32.95 US funds???
If so then I do not want to subscribe. Thank you.
Steven BeinganaDecember 14, 2011
Great News! I surely enjoy the Catholic Digest, it remains an important resource in the lives of many. I would be pleased to periodically write an Article for the young readers! A monthly, bi-weekly column called "U-turns at the Youth Corner" can be a nice idea.
Danielle will surely do much for our Magazine. We love you. Blessings
Debra FusilierDecember 14, 2011
I'm familiar with Danielle Bean's writing. I like her work. It was through her writings that I learned how to begin a spiritual journal. I may have to become a subscriber to Catholic Digest again. Hopefully Danielle will bring back more of the Catholic faith!
Daniel B BruntonDecember 14, 2011
I love your 1st name DANIELle! Just keep the humor, & please don't forget that Real Men do read Catholic Digest! Remember us & don't make it too feminine (even though they are probably the majority of your readers).
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