We have made it super easy to cancel Laudate - #1 Catholic App subscription
at the root to avoid any and all mediums "Aycka Soft" (the developer) uses to bill you.
Now let us get into the crux of this guide.
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The most popular and most comprehensive free Catholic App. Available in English, Español, Português, Française, Deutsch, Nederlands, Slovenský, Italiano, Bahasa, Polski, Slovenski, Hrvatski, Việt, 简体, 繁體, Filipino and Românesc. Daily Mass Readings (with Saint of the Day and Reflections). Liturgy of Hours, Latin Liturgy of Hours, Latin Mass, New American Bible, interactive Rosary and Chaplet of Divine Mercy, Seven Sorrows Rosary, Chaplet of St. Michael, Franciscan Crown Rosary, Latin Rosary, Latin Chaplet of Divine Mercy, Servite Rosary, Chaplet of Sacred Heart, Chaplet of Holy Spirit, Chaplet of St Joseph, Chaplet of St Mary Magdalene, multiple Stations of the Cross, searchable prayers and latin prayers with English translation. Douay-Rheims Challoner Bible for offline use. Daily Prayer and Daily Bible Verse. Multiple podcasts for daily meditations and Rosary. Catechism of Catholic Church with ability to bookmark and share. My Prayers lets you store your own prayers and move them between iPad and iPhone. 5 Confession apps for different groups, guides through sacrament of reconciliation. Vatican documents: 2nd Vatican Council, Code of Canon Law. Daily Mass live video stream and more....
By an App Store user 999
Previously: I wish Forward worked and Share did so more cleanly->> ->> As it is now Forward does not work, and Share also sends line after line of what I think is the CSS language that defines the presentation in the App. However, that being said, I find that the App is beautifully constructed, and as a returning Catholic whose parents had their children baptized but never confirmed, I feel as if I am coming back into contact with the fullness of the LORD, and his Church as I felt as a young child before life turned so terribly tragic after my parents turned away and into what I call 'Young Moderns', and acted like had all the answers without any church at all. What happened then, divorce, alcoholism, house full of cigarette smoke, no concern for childhood education and counseling. Well I've said too much ; but it was all by way of telling you how very important I consider your App. Thank-you to all involved who had a hand, heart, or mind in developing this app for myself, and every other person who benefits by it, who may not have the ability to thank you in writing. Let me please offer that from them to you! _mrp
By Fr. Sonny Brown
This app is a treasure chest simply for the reason that it contains practically everything necessary for Catholics and non-Catholics Christians who choose to walk the path of Ecumenism (I perceive Ecumenism as a powerful tool for conversion). Accessibility through communications technology makes the app a perfect convenience, especially because of the increasingly fast pace of daily living which easily distracts all Christians who desire deeper intimacy with Our Lord Jesus Christ and duty to engage in the building of the Kingdom of God. The app can also serve to help us from becoming “lukewarm” in our duty and dedication to the truths of the Gospels and resulting in deeper participation in the mysteries of our Faith. Thank you for this most comprehensive and valuable application.
By Hampstead and Highgate
I love this app is a must have companion in my walk with our Lord Jesus Christ. I love the daily readings, reflections, daily bible verse and Saint is the Day. Two things I would really like to see is a more visible general search of the whole app and better organisation of prayers so you can easily find, mark and return to favourites. This app together the Bible app give me all the resources I need on a daily basis! Thank you God for this app and my prayers for all the developers and those responsible for it’s content and upkeep. Please give them all your continued graces, inspiration and wisdom.
I love the Pray As You Go podcast, the Meditation podcast, and the Benedictus moments. However, I am definitely not a fan of the Daily Bread podcast. It’s hokey, corny, and cringeworthy. I have tried many times to like it, but I always shut it off within the first few minutes. Tell them to just stop. Do not podcast it. Update: I have changed my mind about the Daily Bread podcast. Having listened to it for the past two days, I find it to be valuable, illuminating, heartfelt, and authentic. Forgive my offensive comments.
My husband and I say prayer together every morning. First we use the liturgy of the hours invitatory, then we follow with morning prayer. What we unable to do, but now can because of this app is add any prayers we want and store them under the my prayers section. You can add many under one title as well as add multiple titles to serve what ever need you have. It is great for storing pray requests. We also store the Pope’s monthly prayer intentions for the year by month and many more. We love the flexibility. Thank you so much this app!
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