Welcome to the 47th year of Celebration Publications! With this January 2018 issue, you will find a new look to the print and online content. These changes are designed to make your experience of this comprehensive and practical resource more accessible than ever.
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On the subscriber page, you have access to the entire issue in a PDF format, Word documents of the Sunday resources, and the archive and Sanchez libraries. New on the website will be the online only access to Sunday music and Daily Bread.
You can access the music as an Excel spreadsheet or PDF. The music is linked to the readings on the U.S. bishops website as well as to the music publishers’ websites. You can review the music alphabetically or by hymnal as well as to see which Sunday reading it best represents.
You can also access Daily Bread reflections for a specific date range such as a week or month to come and then download or print it. The reflections are also linked to the daily readings found on the U.S. bishops website.
We offer our deepest gratitude to long-time contributor and music editor, J. Michael McMahon and associate editor, Mike Mathews for their work to create this new online practical tool for music preparation.
In addition, our Daily Bread writers Miguel Dulick, Mary Joshi, Jeanne Lischer, Patricia Russell and especially editor Paige Byrne Shortal have worked to adapt and create a new format for subscribers’ benefit. We thank them for their years of writing and their future contributions.
Please note: Every month we send an email notification that the issue is posted on our website. To add/update an email for your subscription, call 800-333-7373 or send an email to support@CelebrationPublications.org.
Coming next month: Charles Bouchard, OP writes about our attitudes towards death and reflects about preaching the Paschal Mystery. We will also feature a Scripture commentary, homily and prayers for Ash Wednesday.