Missal apps: the most popular Catholic apps searched

It was the #1 search term on Catholic APPtitude in 2015: “Catholic missal.” And no wonder. Since a missal contains all the prayers, readings and chants along with some directions (rubrics) to help us ...

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Look who recommends Catholic Apptitude as a resource for finding Catholic apps

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Missal apps offer the Roman Missal (Ordinary and Extraordinary Form) in a variety of user-friendly, east-to-read formats for your digital mobile devices.

Beyond “silent” mode: Etiquette for using your cell phone in church

Let’s be blunt. Most fellow pew-sitters will downright question your sense of decency if you pull out your smart phone during Mass and gaze at the screen. Etiquette is clear: ...

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Year of Mercy apps package

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Free Catholic apps: a couple of myths and a caution

Who doesn’t like free apps, especially if they’re Catholic? Here at Catholic Apptitude, ...

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Traveling Catholic: St. Patrick’s Cathedral tour app

With summer travel season approaching, we’re going to highlight a few travel apps out there that cater to Catholic interests. This is the first … St. Patrick’s Cathedral Tour New York City (Free) Apple and Android. Enjoy a self-guided tour of the famous cathedral traditionally known as America’s Parish Church: St. Patrick’s Cathedral. With this app, you can better enjoy the world-renowned 150-year-old-gothic edifice […]

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Final week to register for Divine Office before it’s shut off to new users; already removed from app stores

UPDATE TO OUR PREVIOUS POST: The producer of has announced that this is the final week for registrations on its website. After that, new comers to the site will not be able to access its valuable audio/text of Liturgy of the Hours (USA/English version). As we reported earlier, this is an unfortunate blow in the Catholic app […]

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Bummer. Divine Office app temporarily removed from app stores

Divine Office is no longer available on app stores. An award-winning web site and app developer providing text and audio for Liturgy of the Hours, Divine Office is apparently experiencing some issues with licensing. For this reason, the app is temporarily not available to new buyers and the web site notes that very soon Divine Office will not be […]

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99 years ago–first apparition of Our Lady of Fatima

We are one year away from a giant centennial celebration of a famous, Church-authenticated Marian apparition. Ninety-nine years ago, Our Lady of Fatima appeared to three shepherd children in Portugal to proclaim a message of prayer and penance for the conversion of sinners and a promise of world peace. Since the first apparition on May 13, 1917, […]

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For the Month of Mary, consider a Marian app

May is traditionally known in the Catholic Church as the Month of Mary. As we have noticed in his words and actions, Pope Francis has a special devotion to Mary. Take some time this month to explore a mobile app or two that can help you engage our Holy Mother in Marian devotion. We start with the […]

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Pope App links text for Apostolic Exhortation; but you have to dig for it. Annoying.

The free Pope App  [Apple and Android] can, at times, be incredibly insensitive to users looking for timely information. Today is a good example.  The Apostolic Exhortation, Amoris Laetitia (The Joy of Love), the highly anticipated document synthesizing the work of two synods on the family in 2014 and 2015, was released earlier today. One would expect this document to be […]

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Use free EWTN app to follow coverage of Mother Angelica’s funeral

Use EWTN’s mobile app to follow this week’s coverage of the funeral of Mother Mary Angelica of the Annunciation, foundress of the Eternal Word Television Network (EWTN). Popularly known as Mother Angelica, the foundress of the largest religious media network in the world (as well as two religious orders in the United States) passed away on Easter […]

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Continue the joy of Easter with xt3 app through Divine Mercy Sunday

Wonderful reflections and daily Scripture continue each day from now until Divine Mercy Sunday on Xt3 Lent Calendar 2016 (Free)  iPhone, iPad, Android Phone and Android Tablet. Enjoy this Advent-style calendar in which content is released for view when the day arrives. You will get videos, podcasts and articles to continue the Christian celebration of Easter. This includes messages from Pope Francis, an audio/video Way of the Cross, podcast reflections, […]

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Free Divine Mercy App for the big week ahead!

Divine Mercy Sunday (the Sunday after Easter) will be dressed with a little more splendor this year considering we are in the midst of the Extraordinary Jubilee Year of Mercy. This is a great time to get the free Divine Mercy App so that you can prepare not only for this coming Divine Mercy Sunday but immerse […]

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Find a local Catholic church with ease using free church-finder apps

Research shows that as many as half of all Catholics in the United States aren’t actively involved in a parish. So if you’re one of those looking for a Catholic church to attend Mass for Easter, the Catholic app world can help! This Easter, there are no excuses. If you’re looking for a Catholic church to enjoy the […]

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