I'm happy to have had my poems recently appear in these journals with a focus on poetry with a spiritual theme:
Now under the editorship of Maria Melendez, this print journal describes itself as "a small magazine living the big questions; a community-in-print serving an eclectic fellowship of readers, writers, artists, naturalists, contemplatives, activists, seekers, adventurers, and other kindred spirits." I like their emphasis on the natural world.
An attractive print journal that looks for poetry and prose pieces that "resonate with the complexity and truth of the Christian faith ... literature and art that speaks to the existence of our daily lives while nudging us toward a greater hope. Because of this, we strive to publish quality work accounting for the grappling pleas, as well as the quiet assurances of an authentic faith"
And I've had work in past issues of the gorgeous print journal Image:
"Art, faith, mystery." Their inclusion of full-color art work and articles on the visual arts makes this journal an appealing read.
So far, I've never made it into the pages of these magazines, but they're interesting spiritually-oriented journals:
Ruah/The Power of Poetry
Of course, many American literary magazines include poems with spiritual themes, but there seem to be few that focus on spirituality. Kind of surprising in a country that has been described as one of the countries with the most people who describe themselves as religious or spiritual.
Any additions to this list? Maybe there's an opportunity here to start something new.