.- Catholic Men's Quarterly is celebrating its first anniversary and has now become available to international subscribers.
The magazine, based in Bernardston, MA, was launched last year in an effort to counter false information about the Catholic Church in the public sphere and to reach out to lapsed Catholic men “in the hopes of re-energizing the faith of Catholic men during these challenging times,” stated a press release.
In addition to articles on Catholic doctrine and stories of heroic and saintly Catholics, CMQ includes other content of interest to men: sports, humor, travel, military history, book and movie reviews, and Catholic manhood, to name a few.
Publisher and editor John Moorehouse said CMQ is not a “how to be holy" magazine, though it does include some quality spiritual content. Rather, it seeks to draw men back to the Church and to sacramental life and entertain them in the process.
Believing that a tone that is both blunt and humorous works best with men, Moorehouse said the quarterly has an attitude of reverence towards "things meriting reverence. After that, all bets are off."
For subscriptions or sample issues, go to: www.houseonthemoor.com
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