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In Mark 4, we read how Jesus used the technology of his day to reach a wider audience.

Links to watch Pope’s LIVE blessing 1pm TODAY (March 27) on your mobile device

Today, (March 27) Pope Francis will offer an extraordinary Urbi et Orbi blessing for the city of Rome and the world at 1:00pm Eastern. You can catch this broadcast wherever you are on your mobile device through a variety of outlets listed at links below. This blessing will take place in an empty St. Peter’s […]

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Apps offer Stations of the Cross you can pray at home

With so many churches closed this Lent during the COVID-19 pandemic, plenty of apps are out there to help you pray the Stations of the Cross at home. This centuries-old devotion invites us to literally walk with Jesus during his Passion and Death, stopping at key moments to meditate and pray. At each of the […]

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Get Angelus App for the Solemnity of the Annunciation

You may remember church bells ringing three times a day: morning, noon and night. In many places in the world, they still do. For centuries, it was to alert Christians to pray the Angelus prayer those three times a day. You should pray this too, and the Solemnity of the Annunciation of the Lord (March 25) […]

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The Chosen tv series about Jesus now FREE til end of month!

UPDATE! It’s now possible to watch the entire first season of the heartwarming new television series about the life of Jesus FREE! Producers announced they are making The Chosen available world-wide free of charge until the end of March. Simply download the app with a click of this link that automatically takes you to the App Store […]

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No Mass this weekend? Apps have you covered!

Spending more time at home these days due to public health concerns? Use the many quality resources out there for your mobile devices to access live and on-demand Celebration of Mass and to access great Catholic programming: podcasts, audio recordings, television programs and faith-based movies. Catholic Radio and Television Apps Video of daily and weekend […]

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Catholic Bible Apps for Sunday of the Word of God

Pope Francis has decreed that the Third Sunday of Ordinary Time in the Roman calendar will be a day set aside each year to read, study and reflect on Scripture. This year, “Sunday of the Word of God” will be January 26. This is an ideal time to download a Catholic Bible app from our […]

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Best Lent Apps for 2020

That exhilarating feeling you have on Easter when you’ve just traveled a rewarding Lent. These apps can help. They are filled with intelligent, Gospel-based ideas to foster a more loving response to ourself and our neighbor which will ultimately bring us closer to God. Ash Wednesday is February 26 and it isn’t too early to […]

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Exodus 90 App– Hardcore 90-day journey to Easter for men

Leaving boyhood behind so you don’t live in a state of perpetual adolescence. That’s a big aim of Exodus 90 App for men looking to enrich their spiritual life according to the app’s founder/director, James Baxter. If that’s what you’re looking for, and you’d like to take a hard-core approach to seriously tackle your spiritual […]

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Top Advent Apps for 2019

If you’re about the serious business of preparing for the birth of Our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, explore some tremendous Advent apps you can add to your phone or tablet–all designed with one thing in mind: to help you improve your relationship with Jesus. No Santas, No snowmen. No tinsel. This is about the […]

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Liturgical Calendar apps help you follow the life of the Church (Year starts Dec. 1)

In the Catholic Church, our time is marked by the life of Christ, so our calendar intimately reflects that connection. That is why our New Year starts with the first Sunday of Advent as we officially mark His coming. This year Advent falls on Sunday, December 1 in the Roman Catholic calendar (2019). Since liturgical calendars are […]

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