Can I access the online St. Louis review content if I only get the print subscription? YES
Find your six digit subscriber ID above your name printed on the St. Louis Review or the Catholic St. Louis magazine. Your subscriber ID is your username. The default password is your zip code.
Will our contact information be shared or sold to third parties for marketing purposes? NO
The St. Louis Reivew may use your supplied address informaiton for marketing purposes from time to time. However, your contact informaiton will never be sold or shared outside of our office.
How much does a direct subscription access cost? $35
Direct subscription access is for those who are not affiliated with a parish. The subscription has an annual expiration date. You will receive an invoice to renew your subscription. At this time the cost for home delivery and online access is $35.
How much does a parish subscription access cost?
You receive the St. Louis Review because of your contributions in your parish. Parish subscription access does not have an expiration date. The contribution you make in your St. Louis Review envelope or in your online giving is a parish contribution. You can make a contribution of $0 - $any amount in this envelope and this is a contribution that goes to your parish.
How much does it cost to produce the St. Louis Review?
The St. Louis Review is non-profit. Subscriptions are $35 per year.
Is our contribution tax deductible? It depends.
Tax deductions are limited to the excess of the contribution over the fair market value of any items received in exchange for the donation.