Easter: 2012-2013 Liturgical Year Series
I’ve just released the fourth volume of our 2012-2013 Liturgical Year Series, which covers Easter. That season begins with the Easter Vigil on March 30th. Currently, of course, we’re in Lent, which is the third volume.
These eBooks include all the days of the liturgical year, exactly as they appear here on CatholicCulture.org. They are ideal for use in living the liturgical year in the domestic church. The year is divided into six volumes, each of which is downloadable for $5.00, and includes three different formats: MOBI (Amazon Kindle), EPUB (Barnes & Noble Nook, Apple iPAD, and other standard eReaders), and PDF (for display on almost any computer device).
The files can be downloaded to your computer and unzipped, and then the appropriate format can be copied to whatever ereading device you use.
Our eBooks are developed from materials already published on CatholicCulture.org. They bundle liturgical year materials by season, the best commentary organized thematically, or a series of news stories to illuminate a major issue. All are available at shop.catholicculture.org. Each download includes all three supported formats. The Kindle format is also available in Amazon’s Kindle store, and the Nook format is also available in Barnes & Noble’s Nook store.
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