We have been a fan of Catholic Apptitude ever since we found it online. We consider it to be the definitive source for Catholic apps–Jim Mascolo, Social Media & Web Design Coordinator for the Redemptorists—Denver Province
CatholicApptitude.org is proud to have been referenced as a resource for Catholic apps in Vatican Insider [in La Stampa magazine in Italy], the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops’ web site, the Archdiocese of Chicago’s web site and the Catholic Herald (UK). They join a number of Catholic web sites, blogs, syndicated news articles and radio stations (some listed below) who have linked to CatholicApptitude.org or reported about its valuable Catholic app directory.
We are happy to answer your questions and share our thoughts on the tremendous phenomena of Catholic apps for mobile digital devices. We invite media to access our Contact page to request an interview with Jennifer Kane, developer of Catholic APPtitude. The Catholic Apptitude web site has been the subject of several print articles, blogs and radio programs throughout the world. Jennifer is also a professional radio broadcaster, so audio interviews are a natural fit in her ministry.
“Take some time to explore all of the wonderful apps [linked to Catholic Apptitude] that are available to aid in the practice of your faith” —USCCB web site
We are your resource for finding quality Catholic apps for mobile digital devices. Catholic Apptitude can do all the work for you in maintaining a current listing of quality Catholic apps available to your readers. We do all the work in maintaining a current, accurate listing and select only from the very best apps out there. Who links to Catholic Apptitude? Check out some of them in the list below.
Archdiocese of New York Catechetical Office put a link to Catholic Apptitude on its “Computer and Online Resources” page.
Archdiocese of Atlanta – Office of Faith Formation and Discipleship – Link on Youth Ministry page as resource for Catholic apps
Archdiocese of Anchorage (Alaska) reprinted one of our blog pieces in its archdiocesan newspaper, The Catholic Anchor.
Diocese of Syracuse (New York) linked Catholic Apptitude as its recommended resource for Lenten apps on its Lent resource page for parishes and families.
Diocese of Manchester (New Hampshire) linked Catholic Apptitude as its recommended resource for Lenten apps for mobile devices.
Diocese of Saint Augustine put a link on its Lent page as a sole resource for exploring Catholic apps (last link on page)
Diocese of Broken Bay (Australia) linked Catholic Apptitude as its recommended source for Catholic Bible apps.
Diocese of Abu Dhabi (Saudi Arabia) put a link on its Christian Links page as the sole resource for exploring Catholic apps
National Association for Lay Ministry a professional organization to support and promote lay ministry, recommends Catholic Apptitude as a valuable resource for Catholic organizations to use as a one-stop resource for Catholic apps.
Paulist Evangelization Ministries – evangelical arm of the Paulist Fathers – Within its article, “Smartphone Spirituality,” Catholic Apptitude is linked as the recommend source for exploring Catholic apps.
CARFLEO – Catholic Association of Religious and Family Life Educators of Ontario (Canada) blog post recommending Catholic Apptitude
Dominican Sisters of Springfield, Illinois linked Catholic Apptitude as a resource for Rosary apps.
Catholic Exchange a national (US) catechetical/evangelization web portal which linked Catholic Appttitude as a resource for Advent apps.
Spiritual Direction a web site with resources on various forms of Catholic spirituality which linked Catholic Appttitude as a resource for Advent apps.
Catholic Herald (United Kingdom) linked to Catholic APPtitude article about Pope Francis’ gift of a free ebook, DOCAT.
St. Albert the Great in Huntingdon, PA links Catholic Apptitude on its home page.
St. Mary and St. Barbara (Michigan) links Catholic Apptitude on their resource page for “latest and greatest” Catholic apps.
St. John Vianney Church in Omaha, NE links Catholic Apptitude as its sole resource for “great Catholic apps” for Lent
Our Lady of Fatima Parish and School (Huntington, West Virginia) created a page devoted to Catholic apps and links many resources to Catholic Apptitude.
Corpus Christi Parish in Lansdale, PA links Catholic Apptitude on its home page as a sole resource for Catholic apps
St. Mary & St. Barbara (Diocese of Marquette, MI) link Catholic Apptitude as its recommended resource for Catholic apps
St. John Neumann Parish in Irvine, CA links Catholic Apptitude as its sole resource for Catholic apps
St. Richard Parish in Philadelphia put a link to Catholic Apptitude on its home page as its sole recommendation for “best Catholic apps!”
St. Katherine Drexel Parish in Beaver Dam, WI put a link to Catholic Apptitude on its home page as a sole resource for Catholic apps.
Corpus Christi Parish in Lansdale, PA put a link to Catholic Apptitude on its home page.
Stella Maris Catholic Church in Philadelphia put a link on its home page as its recommended resource for Catholic apps
St. Dominic Parish in Indiana put a link on its home page
St. Peter’s Parish (Saratoga Springs, NY) linked Catholic Apptitude on its “links” page as a recommend resource for Catholic apps.
St. Maria Goretti Parish in Indiana put a link on its Recommended Links page
Sacred Heart of Jesus Parish in the Diocese of Alexandria (Louisiana) put a link on its parish page in the diocesan web site.
Sacred Heart Parish (Eureka, CA) recommends Catholic Apptitude as a “mobile apps'” resource on its links page.
St. Francis parish in California put a link to Catholic Apptitude on its Youth site blog
Holy Redeemer Parish (Diocese of Palm Beach) Youth Group offers a link to Catholic Apptitude as its recommended resource for Catholic apps
St. Laurence Parish in Texas included a separate “Catholic Apps” page that recommends Catholic Apptitude
St. John’s parish in Minnesota put a link on its website under “resources”
St. Francis of Assisi Parish in Raliegh, NC put a link on parish resource page
St. Philip Benizi Parish in Oregon City, Oregon put a link on parish library page of web site
Tri-Parish Catholic Churches of Dodge County (Wisconsin) linked Catholic Apptitude on its home page as a resource under “Faith Building”
St. Rose of Lima (Chula Vista, California) links Catholic Apptitude on its Young Adult Ministry page as its sole recommend resource for Catholic apps.
Holy Spirit Parish in England put a link on its web site
Radio Veritas (South Africa’s only Catholic radio station) featured Catholic Apptitude on its radio program, Frank-Ly Catholic, (2-2-16) with an overview of our recommended apps specifically for Lent. A link was placed on the home page of Radio Veritas’ web site.
Seaton Hill University in Greensburg, Pa links Catholic Apptitude as its resource for top Catholic apps on its library page.
Catholic Family Faith blog put a link on its home page as a recommended resource for Catholic apps
Detroit Catholic Central High School (Michigan) posted a link to Catholic Apptitude as a recommended site to explore Lenten Apps during the season of Lent.
Catholic FAQ web site put a link on its links page as a recommended resource
Catholic View catechetical site put a link on its Resource page
Growing Up Catholic blog linked our Catholic Bible Apps page as a resource for their post on Catholic Bibles.
STA St. Thomas Faith Formation web site put a link on its Resources page
Geloven Leren, a web site from Netherlands, featured an overview of Catholic Apptitude for Catholic apps in English
Teach the Catholic Faith catechetical site uses Catholic Apptitude as its sole Catholic apps resource.
St. Francis Xavier Missionaries links Catholic Apptitude on its home page as a valuable one-stop resource for Catholic apps
Veils and Vocations, a blog for Catholic moms, recommends Catholic Apptitude as a resource for mom’s looking for free or inexpensive apps to use in the course of their busy day.
Dawn’s Faith Connection, a blog by lay ecclesial minister and secular Franciscan, Dawn Rusinko, who links Catholic Apptitude on her home page as a blog she follows.
Eastside Confirmation Prep (Wisconsin) linked Catholic Apptitude as a resource for its Confirmation program.