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Share this Sunday Web Site with your faith community

Imagine if everyone in your parish came to Sunday Mass
already aware of the day's readings, the liturgical season,
and how these things apply to his or her life.

If they had been reflecting and praying in this way during the week,
imagine how fully they could participate in the Mass.

The Sunday Web Site is one of the most effective and simplest ways your parish can enliven and deepen each person's experience of the Mass - without the expense of subscriptions or printed materials. We suggest the following plan to involve your whole parish.


• Announce the Sunday Web Site to all of your parishioners with a bulletin insert and a graphic link on your parish website.

• Explain the idea of preparing their hearts and minds for Mass in a homily, announcement, or at various meetings at your parish (committees, scripture study, faith sharing).

• If you have a parish school, religious education program or youth ministry, make the Sunday Web Site part of the lesson plans alongside your other books, materials, and activities.

• Remind your parishioners of the site with an annual or seasonal bulletin insert and a weekly small reminder in the bulletin.


Bulletin insert/flier, full-page letter sized

Bulletin insert/flier, half-page legal sized
Weekly reminder text #1:
For prayerful preparation during the week before Sunday Mass, visit liturgy.slu.edu. Reflecting on the spirituality of the scriptures before Mass can have a great impact on hearing the Word proclaimed on Sunday.
Weekly remidner text #2:
You can make Sunday's readings part of your personal prayer during the week. Visit liturgy.slu.edu for prayer, spirituality, and scripture resources.

To insert a link on your website, simply copy the html code text into your page's code. This will automatically add the button/banner and the corresponding link.

The Center for Liturgy Sunday Web Site

<a href="http://liturgy.slu.edu/"><img src="http://liturgy.slu.edu/images/link_button.gif" width="91" height="36" ALT="The Sunday Website at SLU" border="1"></a>








Get ready by getting to know the readings, their spirituality, the culture from which they came, and by seeing what music parishes have selected! Special prayers included, as well as pre-described links. Liturgy.

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