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siLENT

Scratching your head over what to do for Lent?  How about setting your mobile devices to stop bothering you so much! This year you may want to think about making good, old-fashioned silence an integral part of your Lenten experience.  Pope Francis, in reflecting on the importance of silence, noted that God’s plan of salvation always includes moments of mystery and quiet. “Silence […]

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Top Lent Apps for your mobile device for 2018

UPDATE For latest list (this isn’t it) follow this link! Here are the best of the best Lent apps! Catholic app developers have been pretty creative in producing quality apps which help engage us in liturgical seasons like Advent, Christmas and Lent. The Lent apps we feature are filled with intelligent, Gospel-based ideas for living the […]

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Season for Confession (Lent) and these apps can help!

It’s Lent AND the Year of Mercy–an ideal time to go to Confession, and many parishes are offering extended times for confession between now and Easter! Are you apprehensive about going to confession (Sacrament of Reconciliation)? Don’t be. Confession apps are ready to help make your experience in the confessional box less awkward and more transformative. […]

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Which fish is best?

In anticipation of the first Friday of Lent, we offer a reprieve of the Fellowship of Catholic University Students‘ review of fish Sandwiches from among popular fast-food establishments in the U.S. Do you agree with their top choice? Your suggestions are welcome below! As you chew on the selections, check out FOCUS’s Lentsanity app for mobile devices–an intelligent, […]

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Lent app Passion of Jesus 50% off

One day left to take advantage of this sale on a powerful and creative mobile app that is suitable for use not only during Lent, but all year long. Passion of Jesus app — 50% off through Ash Wednesday, February 10, 2016! Meditation on the Passion of our Lord is a particular devotion during the season of […]

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Syracuse Diocese links to Catholic APPtitude as Lent resource

We welcome the Diocese of Syracuse, New York which linked Catholic APPtitude on its 2016 Lent resources page on its diocesan web site.  The Syracuse diocese joins many other diocesan, parish and other Catholic web sites which use Catholic APPtitude as a valuable resource for their readers to quickly and easily find quality Catholic apps. […]

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Lent apps assist your journey towards Easter

We are revving up for the Lenten season that begins on Ash Wednesday, February 10.  As 2016 versions of mobile apps become available, we will get the links updated below. Some apps don’t update until just before Ash Wednesday each year. But they’re worth the wait! So please check back. Before you get started, check the detailed contents […]

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Passion of Jesus app offered FREE on Good Friday only

“In honor of Our Lord’s amazing love,” developers of the Passion of Jesus are offering their devotional app for FREE on Good Friday. Normally $1.99, for iOS and Android devices, it is offered as a FREE download for 24 hours FOR APPLE DECICES ONLY. Obviously, this app is an ideal treasure of a devotional aid for this particular holy day. Through this generosity, it […]

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Boost your Easter Triduum experience with 3 exceptional apps

Looking for POWERFUL apps to help squeeze more out of your Easter Triduum experience? Here are three recommendations: I have enjoyed this heart-melting personal Lenten retreat offered by Pray as You Go titled, Women of the Passion. (Free) iOS and Android.  Produced by Jesuit Media Initiatives out of Britain, this app invites you to spend about about 11 minutes per day in a systematic […]

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Lent Apps assist your 40-day journey to Easter

Pope Francis describes Lent as a “time of grace” and invites everyone to “live this Lent as an opportunity for engaging in … a formation of the heart.” Several Catholic apps are exclusively devoted to Lenten devotions designed to assist you in doing just that–opening your heart to transformative graces so you can go out there and […]

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