Ligorian magazine is published to appeal to a primarily Catholic audience. As a Catholic magazine it does an adequate job of covering some of the basic issues facing Church members. Each issue contains a mixture of fiction and non-fiction writings that reflect Church teachings and difficulties faced my practicing Catholics. Also included are book and movie reviews as well as a page of good, clean jokes. Many of the articles featured in the Ligorian appeal to most Christians, not specifically Catholics.
From the viewpoint of strict Catholic teaching the articles in Ligorian are sometimes lacking. Rather than being blunt about specific issues, the editors tend to water issues down or gloss over challenging doctrines.
Ligorian offers light reading from a Catholic point of view and is a good, introductory educational tool for Catholics. It is written for the common layman. I enjoy reading this magazine each month but wish it were more in-depth about Catholic beliefs.