Win a Subscription to Radiant: New Magazine for Young Catholic Women

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Step away from the magazine racks at your supermarket checkout! Young Catholic women ages 14 to 30 will find beauty and inspiration in a new quarterly periodical, Radiant Magazine, published by Our Sunday Visitor. In order to combat the lies of our culture and the growing heartbreaking statistics of the rise of depression and suicide rate among young women, Radiant Magazine is reaching out to readers with a message of love, hope and joy showcasing Christ and the Beauty of His Church by young women living out His call in their own daily lives.

The Fall 2017 issue features these topics and more: modest fashion, why music speaks to your heart, St. Mary Margaret Alacoque and the Sacred Heart, your hidden impulse, new Catholic musicians, your wonderful body, Leah Darrow, Jackie and Bobby Angel, new movies and books, and serving God through mission work–all to inspire and uplift young women.

This magazine is not cheap or cheesy in its design or writing. Beautiful photography, fresh design and compelling topics make this a magazine young women will want to read.

Find out more at be-radiant.com, Facebook and Twitter. Subscribe to Radiant Magazine or purchase a gift subscription for a young woman you know! The Fall 2017 issue will be on sale September 1.

Here’s your chance to win a full year of Radiant Magazine! Simply answer the contest question in our comments box, click “I commented” in the giveaway box and you’re entered to win.

This giveaway is open through 11:59 PM EDT on Monday, August 28, 2017. One winner will be contacted by email and will have 48 hours to reply with mailing address or prize will be forfeited and a different winner will be chosen.

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Copyright 2017 Barb Szyszkiewicz, OFS

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Barb Szyszkiewicz is a wife, mom, Secular Franciscan, managing editor for Today’s Catholic Teacher magazine and editor at CatholicMom.com. Her three children range in age from high school to young adult, and she enjoys writing, cooking, and reading. Barb is a music minister at her parish and an avid Notre Dame football and basketball fan. Find her blog at FranciscanMom and her family’s favorite recipes with nutrition information for diabetics at Cook and Count.

22 Comments

  1. I’m most looking forward to the topics of modest fashion and having my girls read more from Leah Darrow and Jackie Angel! <3

  2. I want to read more about modest fashion and just the beautiful life of being a Catholic Woman! A friend had a past issue of this magazine and I loved it!

  3. Michelle Murphy on

    I’m looking forward to this for my daughter. I think she’d like reading about why music speaks to your heart.

  4. How music speaks to your heart sounds good. Also excited to see Leah Darrow. I have 3 girls and will be looking for a magazine like this in the future.

  5. I’m most excited about having a magazine that aligns with the values that are important to my family. Especially raising two girls, I think this would be a great resource!!

  6. T Walterscheid on

    All of it sounds so great, it is hard to choose just one, but the topics of modest fashion and healthy body image really appeal to me as I’m raising my daughters.

  7. What a fabulous idea for a magazine. Much needed and most welcome in this day and age. My 15 year old 10th grader loves music, and would read that article first! I’m interested to read that and also find out more about mission work and drawing closer to God, and just the general emphasis on love, hope, and joy. My daughter is finally starting to recover from some very tough times, and I want her to be exposed to as much positivity as possible – especially messages rooted in Catholic faith and God’s love. This magazine sounds like an answer to my prayers for my daughter!!

  8. St Mary Margaret Alacoque definitely caught my eye! How awesome for my three daughters to read a magazine like this! It’s a shame it’s expensive to subscribe because if I don’t win, then I probably won’t be able to enjoy it. Fingers crossed!

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