Dawn Eden On Why The Church’s Rights To Distribute Copyrighted Material Should Be Honored…UPDATED

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Yesterday, I shared a post linking to Brandon Vogt’s blog thanking him for providing other digital formats of the latest encyclical Lumen Fidei. As it turns out, Brandon didn’t have permission to provide those other formats, and as a result, the Vatican and the USCCB cried foul.

Those of you who clicked on the link that took you to Brandon’s blog were met with the following message,

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Thanks to Brandon Vogt, You Can Read Lumen Fidei On Your Kindle…

“From our four hands, to you…”

Or your Nook, iPad, PC, or Mac. Did I mention he also converted it into a PDF file? There is pretty much no excuse for not being able to read this encyclical, “the work of four hands.”

Download it at once! Brandon tells you how.

Thanks for doing the world a solid, Brandon!

P.S. It’s also available at the Vatican website.

 

Brandon Vogt’s Least Read Blog Post? That Would Be This One…

Originally posted on July 15, 2010, almost one year before The Church and New Media burst onto the scene.

Another week, another pithy review of European History. I have to think that when Belloc wrote this book in 1936, he was at the height of his literary abilities. [Read more...]


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