Final Liturgical Year eBook Available
We’ve just released the sixth and final volume of our eBook series for the 2011-2012 liturgical year, Ordinary Time Completed. The current volume (5) ends on September 1st, and the new volume (6) covers the remainder of the liturgical year, Ordinary Time from September 2nd through December 1st.
Like all of these volumes, this one may be downloaded from our our eBook sales center for a minimum donation of $5.00. It includes all the “day” information from CatholicCulture.org’s liturgical year section: Descriptions of days and feasts, their place in the liturgical cycle, saints lives, recommended prayers, activities and recipes, links to the daily readings, and so on.
Please note that accounts in our sales center (http://shop.catholicculture.org) are completely separate from accounts on our main site (http://www.catholicculture.org). These sites run on two completely different systems. So while you can use the same login credentials for each account, they do not communicate with each other, and you do need to set up a new account on the shopping site (if you have not already done so) in order to download the eBooks.
When you download the book from our store, you get a ZIP file containing all supported file formats (.mobi for Kindle; .epub for Nook and other standard ereaders; and .pdf for use on virtually any computing device). In the next day or two, the eBook will also be available through the Kindle store (Amazon) and the Nook store (Barnes & Noble).
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