The Catholic Liturgical Library is NOT Dead!

A couple of weeks ago we sent a request to, our former host for, to send us our database for the site because we wanted to bring the hosting back in house. We never received a reply so we made another request last week. Again there was no reply but today, without warning, they shut down the Catholic Liturgy site. I have now sent a third request for our database and mailing list and still have not received a reply. The site will be back up as soon as this issue is resolved.

UPDATE: We would like to do an overhaul of the Catholic Liturgical Library site in the next few months. What would you like to see?

Update 2: We have finally been sent our database but are still waiting on our mailing list. Our sales manager called and apologized today for the “mixup” and lack of communication. While I am sure that she was sincere about the lack of communication since it appears that she informed tech support multiple times about the request, the complete lack of contact by the company concerning the deactiviation of the domain and the failure to reply to any of my communications until I mentioned legal action is not excusable.

I do not recommend that anyone do business with as they have repeatedly broken promises over the last two years, ignored tech support requests for weeks and now shut down a website without warning and without turning the data back over to the proper owners.


4 Responses to The Catholic Liturgical Library is NOT Dead!

  1. Gary Kruse says:

    Thank you for your concern over the missing C.L.L. web site. I was trying to prompt the site using an older saved CCL web page with no reprieve. I guess my conclusion of “missing” was correct.

    Somehow I don’t think that this matter is without foul play. I would use the info regardless of the cosmetics of the website.

    Please keep up the work on this.

    Gary Kruse
    Royse City, TX

  2. Fr. Jakub says:

    I would like to see things on the site that are very current – for instance i have to get together Ash Wend. service that a Deacon can do – it would be great to have the format for things like that online.

    You had the article about removing Holy Water during Lent – that was very helpful, my parish was going to do that, i printed that out and it was clear that were not able to that. The practical info is very helpful..

  3. Ingrid Kgobetsi says:

    I would like ti see different parts of the liturgy during the holy week especially on Good Friday.

    The other part is the difference betweent the commandator and Master of seremony what are the responsiblities and what are the difference.

    I hope the info that you will sent to me will be helpfull and will realy make our liturgy alive.

    Praise the Lord he has done great things to all of us.

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