Altar & Hearth Issue 5 is here…

…and happy feast of St. Jerome!  Definitely a good saint to publish a Catholic magazine with.  Special thanks this time around go to eShakti for graciously allowing us to use some fantastic screenshots from their website – be sure to check out their stuff and like them on on social media!  Our awesome cover photo (yes, that is a real red caboose!) was taken at Mae Stecker Park in Shelby Township, Michigan, which is a photographer’s paradise featuring a lake, gardens, historical buildings, and a parked steam locomotive with tender and caboose, open to public posing and climbing. Great fun!

Now that it’s hurricane season for the southern states, you may have a more specific interest in listening to this musical arrangement of the French hymn mentioned in our feature story, a poignant reminder of the great Galveston Hurricane that struck in September of 1900.

You’ll notice that we’re doing a little experimenting with our cover – we’d love to hear your feedback!  Be sure to read the updates about advertising with us in the editor’s column; this is a great opportunity for home businesses and Catholic professionals to get their brand out there at a very reasonable cost, especially if they offer products and services online.

And as always, don’t forget to share with friends and spread the love!

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