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Important Announcement for Today's Catholic Teacher Readers

Authored by Colleen Rainone in Issue #6.4 of Catechetical Review

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Important Announcement Regarding the Future of Today’s Catholic Teacher Magazine

Dear Today’s Catholic Teacher Reader,

We are proud of the significant contribution Today’s Catholic Teacher has made to Catholic education since its founding 50 years ago, growing to become one of the leading resources for teachers in the United States. We hope that as a magazine exclusively published for Catholic school teachers and administrators, it has contributed to help you succeed in the classroom.

Despite the fact that Today’s Catholic Teacher has always been supported by a loyal and engaged readership, it has faced many of the same challenges that other magazines and newspapers across the country have experienced. And after careful consideration of all possible options for the future, the decision was made to suspend publication after the Summer 2020 issue.

Today, we are happy to announce that you and all our readers and subscribers will be able to continue to receive information in the realm of Catholic education through The Catechetical Review. This means that any remaining issues of Today’s Catholic Teacher owed to you will be replaced with copies of The Catechetical Review (and much more, as you can see on the other side of this letter) starting the with Fall 2020 issue. The staff at The Catechetical Review will now manage your subscription.

We are confident that The Catechetical Review will provide you with the same timely and high-quality Catholic education content you’ve experienced with Today’s Catholic Teacher, and I am glad to introduce you to Colleen D. Rainone, Director of Publications at Franciscan University of Steubenville. If you have any comment or concerns, please send her an email at office@catechetics.com or call 866-538-7426 or mail her at the address on the reverse side of this page.

School administrative staff and teachers are truly heroes in this pandemic. More than ever, we want to extend our sincere gratitude and appreciation for all of your hard work and commitment in continuing to spread the truth of our Catholic faith.

Thank you, again, for your loyalty. We pray that you remain safe and well.

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Hugues de Foucauld
CEO, Bayard Inc.

 

 

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Important Information About Your Subscription to The Catechetical Review 

Dear Today’s Catholic Teacher Subscriber, 

We are honored that Bayard, Inc. found our magazine, The Catechetical Review (CR), a suitable replacement for Today’s Catholic Teacher. In this transfer of Today’s Catholic Teacher to The Catechetical Review, we can once again thank God for the wonderful witness of Catholics pulling together to assist each other during hardship. We are excited for this opportunity to serve your Catholic school community for the remainder of your subscription, and hopefully into the future.  

The last issue you received from Today’s Catholic Teacher was Summer 2020. Here is the next quarterly issue owed in your subscription but replaced with The Catechetical Review. We are also including one bonus copy of CR on “The Evangelizing Catholic School” as a gift. 

As part of the “onboarding process” for your school, you receive the following: 

  • Online access to all the current and archive articles of CR 
  • Online access to Spanish translations of select articles 
  • Online access to projectable works of art 

To receive this online access to The Catechetical Review’s website Review.Catechetics.com, here is what we need from you.

Please send an email to office@catechetics.com with the following: 

  1. Subject line—My School Subscription 
  2. School name and address 
  3. Current primary contact name, email, and phone number 
  4. One alternative school email (i.e., office@schoolinfo@school
    • This latter enables ALL teachers/staff to gain access 
    • If you are an individual who paid for a personal subscription, your school can still take advantage of this online access. 
    • If an email address was already associated with your TCT subscription, a username and password will be emailed to that address.  

PLUS—Visit FranciscanAtHome.com and receive 4 months FREE ACCESS to our Catechetical Institute’s online workshops for Catholic educators. Simply apply coupon code ExploreCI when you register.

Sincerely in Christ,

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Colleen D. Rainone, Director of Publications
Franciscan University of Steubenville
1235 University Blvd
Steubenville, OH 43952


This article is from The Catechetical Review (Online Edition ISSN 2379-6324) and may be copied for catechetical purposes only. It may not be reprinted in another published work without the permission of The Catechetical Review by contacting editor@catechetics.com

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