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Vatican launches Clerus-App to teach how to give homilies

This app for meditating on the Word of God is the result of a goal of the Vatican department dedicated to priests. They have created the Clerus-App.

In it, there are homilies for every Sunday or solemnity. The texts are written by Jesuit Marko Ivan Rupnik. The app allows users to write personal notes and also modify fonts and background colors for improved visibility. 

The goal is to foster reflection and meditation on the readings from each Sunday, not only by priests, but also the laity.  

The Clerus-App is currently only available in Italian. It can be downloaded on the Play Store for free. It's a simple yet useful guide for preparing the Sunday Mass.