How it's made
The pages of the Divine Reading Journal are printed at The Printery House. The Printery House is an apostolic work of the monks and employees of Conception Abbey, a Benedictine monastery in northwest Missouri. Their mission is to proclaim the Gospel and share the Christian faith through the creation and distribution of printed products and contemporary religious art.
Proceeds from the Printery House help to support the monks of Conception Abbey and Conception Seminary College, where young men receive an accredited college education as they study in preparation for the Catholic priesthood.
The Printery House uses papers that either contain recycled content or have been purchased from paper mills which practice responsible forestry stewardship. All in-house paper scrap from the production process is recycled.
20% of every purchase of the Divine Reading Journal goes to The Printery House, and supports Conception Abbey and Conception Seminary College
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Dimensions: 8.5" x 5.5"
Covers: Durable 60pt black chipboard
Paper: 60 pages on Soperset white paper
Journal Pages: Dotted grid design
Wire O Bound for lay flat pages.
Corners rounded to .25 inches.