LPi is excited to announce the acquisition of Catholic Printery, a 35-year-old bulletin printing company headquartered in Seattle, Washington. The decision to acquire Catholic Printery came as a result of the retirement of Kieth Sterling, president of Catholic Printery. LPi’s acquisition of Catholic Printery continues their expansion as a single source provider of print, digital, and service solutions, helping thousands of parishes across the country create more vibrant faith communities.
LPi has unveiled an update to its WeShare admin platform for current and future customers. This update boasts enhanced functionality, and provides new and efficient features to continue to make online giving an effortless process for all users. Every day, the WeShare development team strives to maintain the best online giving platform experience for its users. An intuitive administrative interface and the ability to easily recreate repeated events is just another way that LPi strives to be at the forefront of parish technology.
LPi is pleased to announce that it has launched a new, multiple organization data sharing feature for WeGather: a fully integrated, Church Management & Parish Community Builder, cloud-based software solution built for the Catholic Church.
Since implementation of the WeShare Engagement Campaign this year, participating parishes have seen on average an increase of 12% in parishioner online giving — and that number continues to rise!
LPi announced it has launched WeGather on Salesforce AppExchange, empowering businesses to connect with their customers, partners, and employees in entirely new ways. Through this new partnership, LPi has the opportunity to reach a wider audience of potential customers.
Will you be with us at the 56th Annual International Catholic Stewardship Conference? If so, don’t miss out on your free copy of Tracy Earl Welliver’s new book: “Everyday Stewardship: Living and Extraordinary Life.”
March is off to a busy start as LPi works to help church customers nationwide build their vibrant parishes. From stewardship days to seminars, LPi offers churches the best practice tips and practical tools they need to engage their parishioners and evangelize their community. Tools for Growth in Davenport The LPi team traveled to Davenport, […]
Since the birth of our company in 1972, employees and customers have known us as Liturgical Publications. We began as a local company providing ad-supported printed products for our Catholic parish customers. Over the past several decades, our market has expanded considerably. We are a national stewardship and communications leader, offering a broad suite of […]
For many parishioners at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton in Carmel, Indiana, “stewardship” was synonymous with fiscal generosity. On Saturday, January 20th, Tracy Earl Welliver led over ninety staff members and ministry leaders in a daylong immersive exploration of stewardship as a way of life.
What happens to your parish brand identity when your parish collaborates or clusters with others? LPi’s Vice President of Marketing, Carin Winghart, shared best practice tips at the Archdiocese of Milwaukee’s G3 conference on Thursday, January 11th. The conference was held at Our Lady of Lourdes Parish in Milwaukee, WI and drew attendees across ministerial […]