Our newspaper is launching its new website.
At the beginning of the seventh year of Benedict XVI's Pontificate, on 19 April 2011, L'Osservatore Romano launched its new site. The various editions are now accessible (in addition to the Italian daily, the weekly editions in Italian, English, German, French, Spanish and Portuguese, and the monthly in Polish).
For those who have never read L'Osservatore Romano or who have only occasionally leafed through it, this is a chance not to be missed.
From today until 31 August everyone who visits the new site will be treated as a subscriber: for more than four months, anyone will be able to read the edition straight from the press, to download the PDF files and to consult the electronic archives.
Even before the newspaper arrives at the kiosks, it will already be on your computer.
As well as the activities of the Pope and of the Holy See's institutions you will find in the daily special attention to international news and the world economy, to culture and to religious information, not only Catholic.
We publish what others overlook and we ignore a lot of what others publish.
Here you will find news that you cannot find elsewhere, free of charge until 31 August.
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