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Catholics gain free online access to Mass readings

The Catholic magazine Magnificat has responded to the current Coronoanvirus crisis by waiving the subscription to its online version.


This means that the faithful can get free access to the daily Mass readings, as well as morning, evening and night prayers, meditations and articles on the saints.

Magnificat has made this gift to help sustain people’s faith at a time when public Masses have been suspended.

The link for accessing Mass readings is here:

https://us.magnificat.net/free

In addition, there is free access to their iOS or Android app until the end of May:

https://us.magnificat.net/home/freeonline

The British version of Magnificat is edited by Leonie Caldecott, a Catholic author, educator, playwright, and artist who lives in Oxfordshire.

Eldred Willey, who works for the Diocese of East Anglia, has written the opening article of the next, April edition of the printed magazine.

 

 

 

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