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Released: Ordinary Time After Easter

By Dr. Jeff Mirus (bio - articles - email) | May 02, 2013

Volume 5 of the current 2012-2013 liturgical year series has just been released. It covers the first half of the long stretch of Ordinary Time between Easter and Advent, namely May 20 through August 24th. The final volume 6 will be released in early August.

You can purchase and download any volume of the series for $5.00 from our ebook distribution site at shop.catholicculture.org. Each ebook comes as a ZIP file which contains all three supported formats: MOBI for Kindle; EPUB for Nook, iPAD and other standard ereaders; and PDF for virtually any computing device.

The ebook will also be available in the Kindle store and the Nook store within about 24 hours, for direct download to those devices.

These volumes contain all the liturgical days exactly as presented on our website in the Liturgical Year section.

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