OCP releases brand new Liturgy.com

July 10, 2018

A revolutionary website created to assist in planning music and preparing liturgy

PORTLAND, Ore. – Since its inception in 2002, Liturgy.com has revolutionized the way parishes prepare liturgies. It began as a music planner, designed to assist parish ministry throughout the liturgical year. Now 16 years later, the website has undergone a complete overhaul.

"When we launched the original website 16 years ago, it was a revolutionary online resource, the first of its kind. The new website isn’t just an update. It’s completely rebuilt, from the ground up," says Wade Wisler, OCP Publisher. "Music directors, musicians and liturgists will love the beautiful, intuitive user interface, features and tools. The new Liturgy.com makes liturgy preparation easier than ever."

Retaining all of the helpful online resources that users loved and adding tools designed to enhance usability and experience, Liturgy.com simplifies the process of planning liturgical music by meeting the unique needs of each parish.

Subscribers receive song suggestions, liturgical advice and synopses of the readings for each Sunday and feast day. Accounts can be shared with up to 4 users, and planners can be sent direct to musicians, with customizable layouts for each piece of an ensemble. Plus, users with Breaking Bread or Spirit & Song Digital Music Libraries can attach downloadable/printable PDFs of sheet music to these planners.

"Everything I loved about Liturgy.com just got better. Planning, sheet music, recordings — all under one roof. I can’t imagine doing my job without it." – Nichlas S, Liturgy.com Subscriber

The new website launched on June 25, 2018, and the service is available for annual subscription. A 30-day free trial is also available at liturgy.com.

For more information, contact Molly O’Hara at [email protected] or 503.460.5316

About OCP
OCP, a not-for-profit publisher of liturgical music and worship resources based in Portland, Oregon, has been in operation for nearly 100 years. Worship programs produced by OCP are used in over two-thirds of Catholic churches in the United States and are distributed worldwide. Find OCP on Facebook.