Georgia Bulletin RSS Feeds
Local & World News: http://www.georgiabulletin.org/rss
Local News only: http://www.georgiabulletin.org/rss/local/
World News only: http://www.georgiabulletin.org/rss/world/
Create Your Own Feed!
Want to follow Georgia Bulletin stories about Archbishop Gregory, your parish or your school? No problem!
- Start with this: http://www.georgiabulletin.org/rss/local/s/
- Add your term(s) and separate the terms with a plus sign (+).
http://www.georgiabulletin.org/rss/local/s/Gregory displays all local stories with the word "Gregory". This could be someone's first or last name or the name of a place, so you can refine it further and use
This will display all local stories with "Archbishop Gregory".
http://www.georgiabulletin.org/rss/local/s/Christ will display all local stories with the word "Christ". If you want to display all the stories about Christ the King, then use this feed:
If you want to display all the stories about Christ the King School, then you should use this feed:
About RSS Feeds
An RSS news feed is another way to view and organize news content on Web sites. RSS, short for "Really Simple Syndication," uses a news reader program or your Web browser to display news articles.
A news reader is a piece of software that you use to read articles from news sites and blogs. The reader saves you time by scanning the Web sites you like to read (all in the background) and notifying you when a new article has been published. Using a reader, you can scan headlines quickly for a brief summary of the articles' content.
The newest versions of the Internet Explorer, Firefox and Safari Web browsers already support RSS feeds. There also are several free RSS readers you can use, including:
For more information on how to use the readers, check out their Web sites.