Posted on October 9, 2017 by Liturgical Publications - LPi News
Liturgical Publications was proud to support vibrant parishes in the Diocese of Phoenix by sponsoring this year’s Ascent Parish Leadership Conference on October 5th and 6th. This daylong event occurred in two locations and drew leadership from across the diocese. As parishes juggle programs in key areas: stewardship, discipleship, and evangelization, Ascent asked the question: how can these complement one another? The day featured an opening Mass with Bishop Thomas Olmstead and continued with inspiring keynotes and practical application sessions. Collaborative activities gave space for attendees to take inventory of their parish ministries and make plans for mission.
LPi’s sponsorship will continue throughout the year as the Phoenix Diocese launches it’s Pathfinder Program, an ongoing formation series to connect and equip parish leadership teams for their ministry.
Visit the Diocese of Phoenix online to learn more.
Posted on October 3, 2017 by Liturgical Publications - LPi News
As the Church enters into a new era of technology and innovation, the practice of stewardship requires an ever-evolving perspective. The International Catholic Stewardship Council has been an authoritative presence in the field for 55 years. This September, over one thousand church leaders from parishes, dioceses, and foundations across the world gathered in Atlanta for the ICSC Annual Conference. As a Gold Partner with ICSC, Liturgical Publications was pleased to participate in this year’s conference in a number of ways.
Posted on August 8, 2017 by Liturgical Publications - LPi News
St. Joseph Catholic Church made news in Hays, Kansas when they made a concerted effort to grow their online presence. How? Through WeShare online giving and LPi Parish App. The parish has big plans for using these tools to connect their parishioners to new information and to each other.
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Posted on February 16, 2017 by Liturgical Publications - LPi News
NEW BERLIN, WI – Liturgical Publications and YapStone today announced a definitive agreement to divest YapStone’s ParishPay™ merchant portfolio to Liturgical Publications (“LPi”), a Catholic stewardship and communications company. The sale is consistent with YapStone’s focus on providing end-to-end payment solutions to global marketplaces and large vertical markets. LPi’s acquisition of ParishPay’s merchant portfolio continues their expansion as a single source provider of digital, print and service solutions helping parishes create more vibrant and fiscally secure faith communities.
ParishPay customers will be transitioning to LPi’s WeShare service, the largest electronic-giving provider serving the Catholic Church both in the US and abroad. WeShare’s easy to use interface is compatible with all mobile devices and tablets, integrates with most church management systems, and provides the ability to set up parish events and formational offerings taking payments and registrations online. WeShare maintains a PCI Level 1 certification, the highest in the industry, and also conducts an annual SSAE-16 audit of its controls. WeShare customers are assigned a dedicated, (more…)
Posted on January 14, 2017 by Liturgical Publications - LPi News
NEW BERLIN, WI (PRWEB) JANUARY 14, 2017
Frank Horning accepted a new role of President, Liturgical Publications of Ireland Limited, on January 3, 2017. LPi is excited to announce its expansion internationally and is now actively servicing customers overseas in Europe along with Canada and the Caribbean. Frank has built his career at LPi: first in sales, later as General Manager of several LPi offices, and most recently as Vice President of Operations. Frank’s breadth of experience makes him ideally suited to help expand LPi’s operations internationally.
Ron Nash was named VP of Customer Success on January 9, 2017. In this newly created position, Ron will be responsible for leadership of the full portfolio of products and services across LPi’s customer base. Most importantly, he will lead LPi to proactive customer service that will be instrumental in our customers’ success. Prior to joining LPi, Ron was employed with Noosh, a procurement and product management software company, as the Director of Client Success, managing product implementation, service delivery, and relationship management on a global scale. Prior to his time at Noosh, Ron was employed with Quad Graphics in roles such as VP of Customer Service, VP of Integration Services, and Regional Sales Director. As VP of Customer Service, Ron spent time understanding client needs to better align product selection and offering.
Joe Luedtke has been promoted to (more…)