Tablet Celebrates 116th Anniversary of Catholic Publishing

PROSPECT HEIGHTS — With this edition, The Tablet celebrates its 116th year of weekly publication — never having missed an issue.  On April 4, 1908, The Tablet’s first pages ran off the press as a private business enterprise. William P. Lawler, publisher of the Newark Archdiocese’s Monitor, was picking up where several previous attempts at […]

The Tablet’s Mass for Catholic Journalism Points to Faith Focused Media

To celebrate the impact of Catholic journalism, The Tablet sponsored a special Mass for journalists on Saturday, Sept. 23. The Mass was celebrated at the Co-Cathedral of St. Joseph in Prospect Heights by Bishop Robert Brennan, and Bishop Emeritus Nicholas DiMarzio, Msgr. Sean Ogle, and Father Christopher Heanue concelebrated.

DeSales Media Wins 36 Awards At Catholic Media Conference

The Tablet won best weekly newspaper of the year among Catholic publications at this year’s Catholic Media Conference in Baltimore June 9, where the newspaper, along with Nuestra Voz, Currents News, and DeSales Media, took home 35 other awards for print, graphics, videos, and digital work from the past year. 

Former Brooklyn Man Proud of Paperboy Days With The Tablet

One of James Hayes’ first jobs was as a Tablet newspaper delivery boy. He also sold the paper outside the St. Jerome Church after Sunday morning Masses. And after all these years, even after relocating to his new home in South Carolina, Hayes still carries a torch for The Tablet and reads it from cover to cover every week.