Thursday, January 21, 2021

Pick A Date

Today's bulletin editors are working from various locations not limited to their office. They juggle countless responsibilities and often work on multiple bulletin issues at once. 

To keep track of the issue date, there is an area on the upload site that prompts you to choose the Sunday date you are uploading your bulletin PDF file for.  Please share these steps with anyone who may be uploading the bulletin each week, or even just occasionally. 

1. Visit 

2. Click on Upload or Click here to upload your weekly bulletin.

3. The next screen will prompt you to type in your bulletin number. Click on I’m not a robot and click on continue.

4. The next screen will show the Sunday date you are uploading your file for. This will automatically default to the current week but, if you are working ahead, you will need to change the date to reflect that issue.  Click on the calendar icon on the right side of the date and a window will open that will allow you to choose which Sunday date you are uploading.  Once you choose that date, you can upload your file for that week.

 Feel free to bookmark this page for quick reference. 

Thursday, January 14, 2021

“Special Days” on the SRC


A number of the features on the J. S. Paluch Subscriber Resource Center (SRC) are designed to save you mouse clicks, searching, and scrolling. Today’s feature is one of these. You can find “Special Days” on the SRC by opening the “All Resources” tab and clicking on Select a Month under “Choose a Feast/Holiday” on the left sidebar.


Choose the month you want, and a page will appear with a calendar and a list of “Special Days” for that month.


Click on the link associated with the date that you’re interested in, and you’ll be shown a selection of art resources that pertain to that day.

From there you can download the item that you want in the usual way.

Items available for the “Special Days” aren’t necessarily a comprehensive selection, but one of them can be just what you need without a lot of extra scrolling and clicking.

Thursday, January 7, 2021

JS Paluch, Investing in the Future for our Parishes

Father James Marchionda, OP, visited our JS Paluch corporate production facility in Franklin Park, IL to bless a few of the new digital machines in our printing plant. 

Two new digital printing presses (one pictured here being blessed by Father Marchionda) are now installed in our Franklin Park plant. This press is producing hundreds of parish bulletins each week. Another press, which uses the very latest in inkjet technology, is being installed and brought into operation very soon. These new machines will put us at the forefront of digital printing technology. Bulletins from some churches will continue to be printed on our traditional presses as we grow and expand these new capabilities.

In California, a newly revamped and relocated digital print center will have an eco-friendly press and continue to service many of our churches in the western part of the country.

JS Paluch remains committed to producing the finest product we can for our churches. 

Vice-President of Operations, Daniel Shrader, Owner, Mary Lou Paluch, and Fr. James Marchionda, OP, pose alongside one of our new printing presses.