About the Herald
The Spiritual Herald is the nation's premier national urban spiritual newspaper designed to address the needs and concerns of America's ethnically diverse religious spectrum through its tens of thousands of ministers, priests, rabbis, and other spiritual leaders.
The Spiritual Herald covers health care, entertainment, sports and general news for the religious and spiritual communities. However, like it's sister publication, The Medical Herald, The Spiritual Herald focuses heavily on the health care community, except that it's emphasis is on the consumer market rather than on the professional one.
The Spiritual Herald targets the entire panoply of the nation's ecumenical leaders of Christian, Islamic, Judaic, and Asian faiths. Through them, it will reach out to the millions of members of their diverse flocks.
For the first time, the multitude of religion in this country enjoy a shared platform in The Spiritual Herald, a platform that seeks to create harmony, as well as a sense of filial and fraternal love.
The Spiritual Herald eschews rigid dogmatism in its approach, attempting to reach a wider audience of Americans whose inherent spiritual beliefs guide their lives, even though the workday world and other personal obligations may make it difficult for them to worship on a formal, regular basis.
The Spiritual Herald's staff includes former and present editors from The Chicago Tribune, The New York Times, The New York Daily News, the Associated Press, Reuters, and other major news organizations. Articles are also written by prominent rabbis, priests, pastors and other professional members of the clergy.
Hugh W. Wyatt
Publisher and Editor
Amanda K. Wyatt
Chief Editorial Artist