Face Up (magazine)

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Face Up is a Catholic magazine targeted at teenagers published by Redemptorist Communications, which is administered by the Redemptorists of Ireland.

The magazine began in February 2001[1] and is published monthly. Its slogan is "for teens who want something deeper". Each magazine has a distribution of approximately 13,000 copies and a readership of 40,000.[2]

Editorial stance[edit]

In keeping with its Redemptorist background, the magazine advocates an active Christian ethos. In particular, it is a Catholic magazine for teens who want something deeper. Issues raised include career choices, how to handle bullying, loneliness, and making life-enhancing decisions. Face Up works in partnership with other agencies seeking to support young people.


  1. ^ [1] Archived 20 December 2007 at the Wayback Machine.
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