It is no secret to my closest friends and relatives that I am a geek. Granted, I'm not a super smart geek or else I'd be making a lot more money than I am. But I've always enjoyed technology. I've always liked computers. I am a genuine text addict and it is seldom that I don't have my Droid X in my hand. I'm also pretty geeky when it comes to Catholicism. So, I figured, I would combine the two and write about my favorite Catholic apps. There aren't a lot out there but here are five good Catholic apps.
3) CatholicOne--I don't think this app had gotten the press that it deserves. I love it! In one little app it has daily readings, the rosary, stations of cross. Dozens of prayers in English and Latin, a link to iCatholicMedia (an app that I havent' gotten a chance to explore yet but looks interesting) and not one--but two on-line Bibles. Yes, it has both the New American Bible and Douay-Rheims Bible. The prayers are even divided into different types such as Eucharistic, Marian, novena etc etc. If you are Catholic then you need this app. It's fantastic.
4) Sirius/XM--I am including this app even though it is not necessarily "Catholic" because I use it to listen to The Catholic Channel when I'm not in my car or away from the computer. It's great for listening to The Catholic Guy Show while I'm driving at work.
What about you? Do you have any apps that you like? I saw some interesting ones on iTunes that I wish were in the Android Market.
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