As a follower and subscriber to The Catholic Steward blog, you may have noticed we have changed the posting schedule of our Stewardship Reflections designed for use in your parish bulletins, as well as the posting of our full-length reflections designed to be used as a homily guide.
Moving forward, we will be posting these reflections a few days ahead of the current weekend’s liturgies. Our goal is to provide our loyal followers with content that is current and timely as they prepare their minds and hearts for weekend worship.
However, we know that with early bulletin printing deadlines, many of our followers who serve on parish staffs need to receive our reflection text in advance. So, we are pleased to announce that we will continue to provide our weekly Stewardship Bulletin Reflections for your parish bulletins, as well as our full-length Stewardship Reflections on Lectionary Readings for clergy members who wish to receive them in advance to help prepare homilies.
So, to our loyal followers, here are your two options moving forward.
- If you would like to continue to receive our stewardship reflections for the current weekend liturgies only, no further action is needed. Your current email subscription to The Catholic Steward will ensure delivery of the current week’s reflections.
- If you wish to receive our reflections three weeks in advance so that you can meet your bulletin deadlines, or to help prepare homilies in advance, PLEASE CLICK HERE and then complete the signup form on the next page. You will immediately begin receiving the reflections approximately 21 days in advance. You may also signup for this service on this page by entering your email address in the “Subscribe for Advance Stewardship Reflections” form located in the top right corner.
Also, we are pleased to announce that we have several exciting new projects in the works at The Catholic Steward, and we will be sharing this new content focusing on stewardship education and formation with our followers beginning in early 2019!
Thank you, and God bless you from The Catholic Steward!