Tag Archives: IBreviary

To: The Romans From: St. Paul

As the conversation continues about technology and the Church, those advocating it’s uses encounter a lot of objections.  The objections interestingly seem to be pretty consistent.  It came up again last night in a phone conversation and today online, and a question has been going through my mind for a while now . . . […]

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Back To School: Tablet or eReader For My Student?

Yup, it’s that time of year again . . . Back To School.  Parents are gathering supplies and getting ready for that first day (if it hasn’t already come like here in Florida).  And this year, students may have something different in the backpacks . . . a tablet or ereader.  Many are still trying […]

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Fr. Sam's cathPad

The ‘Pad is Mightier than the Sword – App Review

First of all, I would like to introduce the newest convert To the Catholic Faith, my iPad! I have over the last week successfully transformed it into the “cathPad”. I will give an overview of the apps I have installed as well as tips and tricks that you can use when that Protestant is trying […]

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To Tech Or Not To Tech – In Mass

In modern society, we have undergone several eras of technology. With the advent of computers, we experienced the ability to program this “machine” to perform mundane tasks of the everyday work experience. The advancement of the archaic computers made them not only faster and “smarter”, but more and more mobile. Think back when we got […]

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Tech Bits: iBreviary For iPad

Tech Bits: iBreviary For iPad

If you have an iPad and are looking for a great Catholic app . . . get iBreviary Pro Terra Sancta.

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