Introducing TOBIAS, the magazine for 27 million U.S. single Catholics Print

TobiasThere are 27 million single Catholics in the United States, and not all of them are recent college graduates or young professionals.  Some are widowed or divorced.  Some are single parents.  And not all who are single are actively searching for spouses.  It is important to address Catholic singles of all ages and stages in their personal faith journeys, and Tobias, the magazine for single Catholic living, does just that.

Bayard U.S. is pleased to add Tobias to its portfolio of Catholic periodicals. This magazine offers inspiration for single Catholics in a fresh and contemporary way. Typical topics include singles who dare to make a difference, faith at work, and personal stories of courtship and marriage.

From humorous quotes to heartwarming articles, Tobias strives to provide everything the Catholic single is looking for.  “Tobias editor Christina Capecchi has her finger on the pulse of the community of single Catholics in the U.S.,” said Bayard President and CEO Bret Thomas.  “We believe that this audience deserves a high caliber magazine of their own to help them navigate the challenges of living a Catholic life in a secular culture.”

About Bayard U.S.
Bayard U.S. is a division of Bayard Presse, a Catholic global communications ministry with more than 100 periodicals in Europe, Africa, Asia, and America. The Catholic congregation of the Augustinians of the Assumption has been Bayard's unique shareholder for the past 130 years.

Bayard U.S. has three divisions:
1) Bayard Magazine Group - New London, CT, which publishes Catholic Digest, Living with Christ, Today's Parish, Creative Catechist - A Religion Teacher's Journal, and Exploring the Sunday Readings;
2) Twenty-Third Publications - New London, CT, which publishes books, programs, and multimedia for pastors, parish staff, and pastoral leaders; and
3) Creative Communications for the Parish - St. Louis, MO, which publishes Living Faith magazine and other devotional resources as well as products that enhance liturgical worship for both Catholic and Protestant parishes. For more information, visit 

Last Updated on Wednesday, 19 January 2011 23:49