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A smartphone app enhances the Lenten experience

2015-02-21

Lent began at this exact moment.

The "Lent 2015" app helps users make this liturgical season one of penance and conversion...all while they're on the go.

P. JAVIER LLOPIS
Lent 2015 App
"It allows us to follow the Gospel for each day in Lent and Easter. It also has a number of resources that help us deepen our faith and  better live the Gospel.”

The app has a simple design. Day by day, through a calendar, the user may download whatever prayers and texts they need to fully partake in this liturgical season.

You can check each day's Gospel. It also has reflections and meditations to share via social media.

The app has a special section for priests which includes ideas for sermons and personal meditations in MP3 format.

The "Lent 2015" application is only available in Spanish for now. However, English-speakers can use xt3.com for similar features.


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