Pulled over by police, nervous and unsure of what to do? There’s an app for that, thanks to the work of a Catholic school alumnus and his partners.
Oregon Catholic Press developed the app so Catholics can access Church music, readings, prayers and the Order of Mass digitally.
Convinced that faith communities would want to share prayer requests, announcements and service opportunities without going to multiple platforms and without being awash in advertising, a group of friends created an app just for that.
ASL app available from iTunes and Google Play in Nov. is dedicated to religious terms, daily devotions or prayers of blessing, love, thanks and praise for deaf persons.
WASHINGTON (CNS) — Through a $100,000 matching grant the Congregation of the Sisters of St. Joseph has helped the Exchange Initiative and two developers create TraffickCam, […]