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New “Liturgical Day” newsletter brings total to Four

By Dr. Jeff Mirus (bio - articles - email) | Apr 02, 2014

You probably know you can sign up to receive what we call email newsletters from We have just added a new one, featuring the Liturgical Day. This joins the daily news headlines, the biweekly Insights messages, and the two-week look-ahead for the liturgical year sent out each Wednesday. The new Liturgical Day message is emailed each day of the week at 1:00 am EST. It highlights the current liturgical day and links to the resources on the website’s current liturgical day page. In other words, it gives users the gist of the current day by email, without ever having to open their browsers to navigate to the appropriate page. It is easy to sign up for our email newsletters. Use the method below which applies to you:

  • Already Registered on Log into your account and choose the option to control newsletters OR click on any light-green “envelope” banner in the right column of a page and fill in the form, being sure to enter your registered email address. Submit after filling in the form.
  • Not Yet Registered on Click either the Subscribe link in the upper right corner of the page or any light-green “envelope” banner in the right column of a page. Fill in the form and submit.

By the way, if you ever wish to stop receiving one of the email newsletters, either log into your account and choose the option to control newsletters or click on the link found at the end of each message to Adjust Email Newsletter Settings. To sign up now, use one of the listed methods or subscribe now.

Jeffrey Mirus holds a Ph.D. in intellectual history from Princeton University. A co-founder of Christendom College, he also pioneered Catholic Internet services. He is the founder of Trinity Communications and See full bio.

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