Oregon Catholic Press
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|Founder||Archbishop Alexander Christie|
|Country of origin||United States|
|Headquarters location||Portland, Oregon|
|Publication types||Music, books, newspapers|
|Imprints||OCP, Spirit & Song, Catholic Sentinel, and El Centinela|
|No. of employees||150+|
OCP (formerly known as Oregon Catholic Press, and originally the Catholic Truth Society of Oregon) is an American liturgical publisher based in Portland, Oregon. The not-for-profit company publishes liturgical music, books, choral collections, hymnals, missals, and support materials for the Catholic Church in English, Spanish, Vietnamese, Korean and Chinese. "Spirit and Song", a division of OCP, publishes contemporary worship music for the Life Teen youth market. OCP also publishes the Catholic Sentinel, the diocesan newspaper for the Archdiocese of Portland. OCP products are used in two-thirds of all Catholic churches in the U.S.
OCP represents such musical composers as Michael Joncas, Dan Schutte, and members of the St. Louis Jesuits. Through its "Spirit and Song" label, OCP represents Christian singer-songwriter Matt Maher and other emerging artists.
OCP is an owner of International Christian Resources, LLC, which manages LicenSing Online, providing multiple license options and a digital Music Store of congregational editions, accompaniments, choral music and MP3's, representing more than 200 member publishers.
- Cardinal William Joseph Levada, as Archbishop of Portland from 1986 to 1995. Served on the Board of Directors until 2014.
- Cardinal Francis George, OMI, as Archbishop of Portland from 1996 to 1997.
- John George Vlazny, as Archbishop of Portland from 1997 to 2013.
- Alexander Sample, as Archbishop of Portland from 2013 to present.
- John Limb, Publisher, from 1988 to present.
- Oregon Catholic Press (official website)
- NAMM (National Association of Music Merchants) Oral History Interview with John Limb April 26, 2006
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