Archive | 2014

Start the new year with a Marian app

Feast days honoring the Blessed Virgin Mary are celebrated in some form each month of the year in the Roman Catholic calendar. We begin January 1 with the Solemnity of Mary, the Holy Mother of God. So, let’s look at a couple great Marian apps out there that can help you to foster a deeper devotion to […]

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#1 source listing top Catholic apps

Want to add Catholic apps to your digital mobile device? Your search is over. We do all the work for you in locating quality Catholic apps and present them in a neat, orderly format for you to browse according to your needs and interests. Welcome to Catholic Apptitude, an online community created to serve the needs of people looking […]

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Looking for a Catholic church for Christmas Mass? One Parish can help!

You want to go to Christmas Mass this week but don’t know which Catholic church to attend? You’re not alone. Research shows that as many as half of all Catholics in the United States aren’t actively involved in a parish. The app, One Parish, is designed to help connect Catholics with a parish, even if […]

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Time for Pius IX, Feast of Immaculate Conception, iPieta and a nifty clock

What time is it? Seven past Pius X. What does this clock featuring all 12 Popes Pius have to do with the Feast of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary? Dig through your iPieta app (one of our “must have” apps for your mobile device). Look under the “Veritas” tab. There you’ll find significant documents (in […]

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Something to ponder for Advent: Mary, did you know?

Use this music video as your Lectio Divina today to kick-start the season of Advent. Mindblowing.

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Advent Apps bring the season’s journey to your mobile device

From digital Advent wreaths for your mobile device to Advent calendars to daily retreats, we showcase some of the better quality Advents apps out there to help you in your journey following the true Star in this season of Hope. Traditional Advent Calendar XT3 Advent Calendar 2014 (Free) iOS, Android Your personal Advent journey begins with a traditional Advent […]

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Liturgical season begins anew! Time to get a digital Liturgical Calendar

“To be Catholic is to have a faith that marks our hours, counts our days, and measures our months and seasons.” In his new book, The Feasts: How the Church Year Forms Us as Catholics, Cardinal Donald Wuerl (Washington, DC) writes of the significance of the many seasons and celebrations in course of a year which […]

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All Souls month: Purgatory app fosters important devotion

Did you know? Catholics in many countries make it a tradition on All Saints’ Day to gather at a local cemetery and decorate the graves with flowers or wreaths in anticipation of All Souls’ Day, which occurs on November 2. The month of November is traditionally a time to honor and pray for the departed souls who […]

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Don’t understand Halloween? Get a Saint app

In matters of taste, this would be a NO, and we are sorry if you have been led to believe that the Catholic devotion behind “Halloween” has led to the disaster of decoration in front yards across the United States which this photo illustrates well. To be clear… All Saints’ Day in the Roman Catholic Church is officially the Solemnity […]

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Are your liturgy apps updated for today’s feast?

St. Pope John Paul II feast day is today! The liturgical texts for the optional memorial are included in iBreviary app but not iMissal app. If you need the texts, the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops posted them in English, Latin and Spanish. Collect O God, who are rich in mercy and who willed […]

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