Twenty-Third Publications is a Catholic publication company that releases content to help common people in the Catholic Church become leaders within the Church and global community. Some of the magazines published by Twenty-Third Publications include "Today's Parish" and "Religion Teacher's Journal," which are aimed for ministers and catechists.
Twenty-Third Publications became part of Bayard, Inc. after the latter company acquired it in 2001. As of 2015, the publishing company is based in the city of New London, Connecticut and continues to publish content aimed towards pastoral leaders, pastors and parish staff. Twenty-Third Publications was founded in 1967 and was named after Pope John XXIII.