RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is used to distribute regularly-updated Internet content (such as news headlines, blogs, and wikis). People subscribe for free to RSS feeds to automatically receive content from a Web site or service without having to constantly visit a Web site to see what is new.

For example, you can sign up to receive an RSS feed from this Web site to view the new blog posts in an RSS-enabled browser, in an RSS reader, in Outlook, or by way of an online service such as MyYahoo or Google Reader.

See the Church’s Web feeds index at for a list of RSS-enabled Church Web pages.

Below is a short video that describes RSS in plain English. If you want to learn more, see the RSS entry in Wikipedia.

If you don’t want to use an RSS reader, or have a MyYahoo page to view the feeds, you can sign up at Bloglines as a place to collect and read all your online news, blogs, comics, newsgroups, e-mail newsletters, podcasts, weather forcasts, etc.

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