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The Catholic Spirit
TypeBi-weekly newspaper
Owner(s)Archdiocese of Saint Paul and Minneapolis
PublisherArchbishop Bernard A. Hebda
EditorJoe Ruff
Staff writersRebecca Omastiak, Dave Hrbacek, Barb Umberger
HeadquartersSt. Paul, Minnesota
OCLC number34062019
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The Catholic Spirit is the official newspaper of the Archdiocese of Saint Paul and Minneapolis. It is a tabloid format publication that circulates to 55,000 households in the Twin Cities area.

The Catholic Spirit is a bi-weekly newspaper covering a 12-county area in east central Minnesota.

Founded in 1911 as the Catholic Bulletin, the newspaper underwent a design and name change in 1996 to become The Catholic Spirit.

The newspaper serves the communication needs of more than 825,000 Catholics in the metropolitan Minneapolis-St. Paul market, including members in 187 parishes.

The Catholic Spirit was awarded first place in the category of "General Excellence" in 2004, 2006 and 2007 by the Catholic Press Association [1][failed verification].