Greeley, Gandolfini, and Clinton

Exclusive digital content featured in the July 12 issue of Commonweal Magazine, including articles from the archives over the past 75 years. Pictured here is Hillary Clinton after her loss in the Democratic Primary in 2008.

The digital edition of the July issue is now available for download. In addition to all the content featured in the print magazine, the iPad, iPhone, and Android version includes serveral digital exclusives you won't be able to find elsewhere:

 

  • Five articles written by Fr. Andrew M. Greeley published between 1964 and 2005
  • Four reviews of James Gandolfini's work published between 2000 and 2009, with a new introduction written by Cathleen Kaveny
  • A series of photos taken by Catholic News Service showing current events in a visually stunning format
  • The cover and one article from the July issue we published in 2008 (5 years ago--including a cover story on Hillary Clinton's loss in the Democratic Primary), 2003 (10 years ago), 1998 (15 years ago), 1988 (25 years ago), 1963 (50 years ago) and 1938 (75 years ago)
  • A link for digital subscribers to recieve a complimentary three month print subscription, as well as a copy of Commonweal Confronts the Century signed by the editor

 

To download your copy on an iPad, iPhone, or iPod Touch, click here.

To download your copy on an Android device, click here.

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KeriLee Horan is in charge of digital media and marketing at Commonweal.

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