Founded in March 2003, La Fe Magazine is the official publication for the Roman Catholic Diocese of Laredo. La Fe has been in circulation since 2003 with a strong support system Nation-wide. La Fe is based on a national award-winning format and is an affiliate of FAITH Catholic, the nation's largest publisher of diocesan magazines, and constitutes one-quarter of the U.S. diocesan press. Content features stories of faith, articles on theology, prayer, and spirituality, culture pieces, marriage and parenting columns, community news, and upcoming events. Passionate Readers- Two independent readership audits confirmed that the format (designed to uplift and inspire through compelling, people-based stories) for La Fe is passionately read by a wide range of adult age groups.
To carry out the Gospel message to evangelize, teach and inform. We serve as a medium for the bishop to communicate his mission with the faithful.
We promote the work of diocesan departments, programs and services. We serve as a channel to report activities of parishes, schools and other institutions and organizations that evangelize, teach and inform. We keep the faithful abreast of national and international issues facing the church.
La Fe is a high-quality publication produced bimonthly, or six times per year, including a teen issue and Catholic Sharing Appeal Issue. It is distributed to 20,653 people in 7 counties including Dimmit, Webb, Jim Hogg, Zavala, La Salle, Maverick and Zapata.
100% bilingual. Every article is provided in both English and Spanish. La Fe is designed to uplift and inspire through compelling, people-based stories.
1. YOUR LIFE: Good Life, Work Life, Parenting Journey, He Says / She Says, Catechist's Corner, Catholic Charities Column
2. YOUR FAITH: Grow and Go, Theology 101, Spiritual Fitness, Discipleship 101
3. YOUR STORIES: The cover and feature stories reflect the faith life of an individual in our diocese as a witness to God's love.
4. COMMUNITY: Community News, Tour of Laredo, Culture pieces, Upcoming Events, Special Report, Pope Watch