In this post, I mentioned The Wanderer, the Catholic newspaper that made such a difference to me as a young Catholic.
My husband and I subscribed to it for years, but then the news of the sex scandal broke just as my girls were learning to spell out words, and I had to let the subscription go. I always intended to resume it eventually, but like so many good intentions this one lapsed a bit.
In the meantime, the paper started an e-edition; for only $50.00 a year you can read each week's edition of The Wanderer online--that's less than a dollar a week. And if you open an account at the e-edition site, you are, at present, credited with the cost of three editions which you can read for free before you decide to subscribe.
The Wanderer has been around for one hundred and thirty-five years, and has always been a good value to its readers. Many times I learned about news specific to the Church long before anyone else published it, just by reading The Wanderer; I've been missing it, and am looking forward to reading it again through an e-subscription.
If you've never read The Wanderer, maybe you'd consider giving this great Catholic newspaper a try?