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19 Comments

  • Engracia Houle says: May 24, 2014 at 8:45 am

    Love Regina Magazine!
    What a gift to the Church.

  • SisterMary Catharine Perry says: August 2, 2014 at 7:55 am

    Great issue that is very Dominican! James MacMillan is a member of the Fraternities of St. Dominic (3rd Order). There is an article about the Dominican Sisters of Nashville and Fr. Lawrence Lew, OP who is an amazing photographer as well! Congrats on another great issue!

    • Beverly Stevens says: August 3, 2014 at 12:43 am

      Thank you Sister — the Dominicans are at the heart of the Faith in Scotland, so we were only giving credit where it is due!

  • Judy Griffore says: August 8, 2014 at 8:11 am

    that magazine is very interesting…but one thing i would love to have that magazine mail to my home so i can read right here than in this computer because i cannot read well ..prefer to have it here so i can use it under magafiying machine..helps me read better…thank you….

  • regina2013 says: August 8, 2014 at 9:45 am

    Judy Griffore I understand your desire, unfortunately as long as the magazine is free it is cost prohibitive to print and ship the magazine. In case you didn’t know, you can zoom in on the page flip edition magazine on the computer by clicking anywhere on the page then mover around the page by moving your mouse. Another alternative is to download the pdf version and open it and zoom in.

    Jim Bryant – Regina Webmaster

  • Malia Muagututia-Herz says: October 4, 2014 at 12:30 pm

    New to Regina and I am navigating this magazine with gratitude.

    —- the Lily of France

  • Ed G Power says: October 6, 2014 at 10:59 am

    Lovely article about France, with one caveat about Verdun; America wasn’t officially in WWI yet, so very few Americans were involved.

  • Anna Abrikosova says: October 8, 2014 at 5:51 pm

    Great issue on Scotland. What a pity though, you did not even include a picture of Our Lady of Aberdeen. Belgian may refuse to return her statue, but she still belongs to Scotland!

  • Maria Aznar says: November 2, 2014 at 3:56 pm

    I love Regina Magazine, and.the issue “The Secret Catholic Insider’ Guide to France” is beautiful. Thank you so much, and may God continue to bless the work you do. +

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  • Sean McAskill says: May 31, 2015 at 8:34 pm

    Judy Griffore I use an app to read to me. It requires copying the whole text and then pasting it into the app but that’s what works for me.

    Thank you staff for the wonderful magazine and hard work.

  • Madeleine De Larrain Ross says: June 6, 2015 at 12:48 am

    What a beautiful surprise this morning, to find this wonderful magazine! I loved the story about Saint Teresa of Avila. God bless from Spain.

  • Gabriel Fandiño says: August 8, 2015 at 10:05 am

    Deo gratias! Gracias a todos los que realizan Regina Magazine. Dios les bendiga. Pax tecum

  • Lee Gilbert says: October 3, 2015 at 5:00 pm

    Regina staff,

    What a beautiful magazine and 452 pages of it at that!

    I am very sympathetic to the new academies you write about in this wonderful issue. When our children were of school age we sent them to the Willows Academy ( girls) and Northridge Prep (boys) in the Chicagoland area, schools under the wing of Opus Dei, both great schools that gave my children a wonderful Catholic education in every respect..

    However, there is one concern that I have and it is not a minor one—and here I need to stipulate that I am not referring to either the Northridge or the Willows where my wife taught for twenty years and my daughter for seven and were compensated well for their efforts..

    I have seen instances of such Catholic academies where the education of the children was in effect teacher-subsidized. Of course, this was always the case when our Catholic schools were manned by teaching nuns. It was a willing sacrifice on their part. Now, however, when dedicated lay Catholic teachers are hired to teach in such academies they have a right to something more than indentured servitude. If the parents want the school, then let them pay for it, or secure funding. In other words, make sure the teachers are compensated adequately, and in proportion to the number of different subject that they teach.

    Teaching a variety of subjects requires nightly preparation in each course ( to say nothing of correcting homework, preparing and correcting tests, dealing with parents), and when a person in a small school is teaching Latin, Geometry and World History ( and more), his life is little better than slavery. In such a setting, it is very unlikely that he is being adequately remunerated. It is crucial that such an academy grow quickly to a decent size lest the teachers burn out and the academy fall flat.. That I have seen happen. It is an injustice all the way around.

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  • Eileen Ann Smienk says: July 4, 2016 at 6:08 pm

    Thank you so much for this beautiful magazine. I love it.

    • Harry Stevens says: July 11, 2016 at 9:46 am

      Thank you so much. You can go to back issues to view all. There are many we are sure you would enjoy.

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