|Founder||Father Joseph Fessio|
|First issue||2 March 1988|
|Final issue||Summer 2012|
History and profileEdit
30 Days was first published on 2 March 1988. Father Joseph Fessio was the founder. The magazine was directed by the most "curial" of Italy's veteran Catholic politicians, senator for life Giulio Andreotti from 1993 to 2012. Published monthly in six languages, it reached all the dioceses of the world, and fully reflected the politics of Vatican diplomacy. The last issue of 30 Days appeared in Summer 2012.