Prayer and Spirituality for today’s Christian - Madonna Magazine

Prayer and Spirituality for today’s Christian

Madonna is a magazine of spiritual reading for lay people. It aims to enhance the spiritual development of its readers. A primary focus of each issue of Madonna is the church’s liturgy, especially the scripture readings for each day. Through personal stories and reflections, it demonstrates the presence of God in our everyday lives. It develops knowledge and appreciation of the Christian faith through informative articles on Christian beliefs, history, spirituality and practice.

Madonna draws especially on the traditions of spirituality that are associated with St Ignatius of Loyola. The origins of Madonna are in the lay movement linked with the Ignatian Spiritual Exercises, which today finds form in the Christian Life communities.

Our History

Madonna Magazine HistoryMadonna began life as a quarterly magazine in November 1897. In 1920 it moved to being a monthly, and now is published quarterly.

The first five editors of the magazine served a total of 79 years, with the first, Michael Watson SJ, taking the role for 43 of them (1897-1930). Following him were Eustace Boylan SJ (1930-1948); Desmond O’Connor SJ (1948-1950; John Doyle SJ (1950-1952 and H. G. Wilkins SJ (1952-1976).

Who Are We?

head of publishing and digital content: Michael McVeigh
Publisher: Andrew Hamilton SJ
Editor: Christopher Gleeson SJ
Associate editor: Michele Frankeni
Graphic designer: Keely Goodall, It's All Good
Advertising manager: Jon Hammond
Subscriptions: Kamillah Males

Tel: +61 3 9421 9666

Mail: Madonna
PO Box 553