LPi has been mentioned in an article by the National Catholic Register:
When Joe Luedtke was growing up, the weekly church bulletin was always the major means for his family to know about and stay connected with parish activities, as it was for millions of others across the country. “We had it tacked to our refrigerator,” he remembers, “and it was a great reminder of opportunities — from many ministries to events going on in the church.”
Luedtke’s enthusiasm for the parish newsletters as a primary means of communication remains as high today in his role as president of LPi (originally Liturgical Publications Inc., 4lpi.com), which prints weekly bulletins for thousands of parishes in the lower 48 states. “For literally decades the church bulletin has been the only form of church communication beyond the priest at the pulpit,” he said. “The church bulletin has been the mainstay of church communications. We still see the church bulletin as the mainstay of church communication for many years to come.”
– Beloved Bulletins: Church Communiqués Remain First Line for Information, the National Catholic Register
You can read more of this wonderful piece on the lasting impact of print media and the church bulletin here.