Liturgical Publications and Parish Publishing Offer Catholic Churches Resources on Stewardship
Milwaukee, WI, June 11, 2010 -- Liturgical Publications Inc (LPi) and Parish Publishing have formed a partnership to make it easy for Catholic churches around the country to access resources to promote stewardship with their parishioners.
“LPI’s customers have always had easy access to an ever-growing collection of clip art, content, and scripture resources to use in their parish’s communications. However, recognizing that stewardship is an ever-growing challenge, we have found a partner who can help us meet that need for our customers,” said Paul Knaapen, president of LPi.
Beginning this month, that collection will feature the resources of Parish Publishing which has over 45 years experience helping churches throughout the U.S. educate their community. “Any successful stewardship effort is perpetual just like preaching the Scriptures is ongoing,” says Guy Brossy, president of Parish Publishing. And with this partnership, LPi’s customers will have easy access to a proven resource for enhancing their stewardship effort.
These stewardship resources will be available to current LPi customers through their online resource Art & Media Portal. For a limited time, churches not yet working with LPi can receive free 90-day access to Parish Publishing’s resources, as well as over 25,000 other pieces of content from LPi, by going to www.Portal.4LPi.com. When registering, enter the code PARPUB in the ChurchID field for immediate 90-day access.
Since its founding in 1972, Liturgical Publications Inc has offered churches across the United States custom communication solutions backed by industry-leading service. Our years of experience, stability, and quality helps us work successfully for over 3,500 congregations and organizations as well as over 100,000 businesses around the country. More information is available at www.4LPi.com.
Parish Publishing is a Christian educational publisher that serves thousands of churches across North America to help them communicate better with their congregations. Our editorial staff of pastors has collectively over 280 years of experience, which ensures the highest quality of editorial content being delivered to our faith communities. Founded in 1964, Parish Publishing has almost 50 years of tradition and continues to strive to treat its customers as “family members. More information is available at www.parishpublishing.org.