History and profile
Družina was launched as a biweekly magazine in 1952; since 1998 there has also been an online version. Its publisher is the Roman Catholic Church in Slovenia. The magazine later began to be published weekly.
According to the National Research on Readership, in 2010 Družina was read weekly by 97,000 people.
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