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Vatican embraces iPhone app

iBreviary is am iPhone app developed by Rev. Paolo Padrini and an Italian web designer.

It contains a Breviary prayer book in Italian, English, Spanish, French and Latin and, in the near future, Portuguese and German.

It also contains 2 other sections, the prayers of the daily Mass, and various other prayers.

It’s available for €0.79 on the app store.

Happy Praying for the festive season.

By Steve Kennedy

I have over 20 years' experience in the Telecoms/Internet/Mobile industries. I was involved with internet in the UK before it had a commercial presence, internet streaming from its beginning (he was the first UK Real Networks customer), and set-up the first Internet Dance Radio Station (Gaialive.com). I was also involved with the first netcast of BigBrother (UK).

I am an acknowledged "independent Industry expert" and uses those abilities in consulting and working with a number of investment partners on various projects. I also am a freelance journalist writing on technology subjects.

I'm also a Director of UKEC Ltd - the UK ENUM Consortium that is the governing body for ENUM in the UK.

3 replies on “Vatican embraces iPhone app”

It's good to see the Vatican is not falling behind in technology. I believe they even have a resident technology evangelist – in the same sort of vein as Adam Lasnik from Google.

It's good to see the Vatican is not falling behind in technology. I believe they even have a resident technology evangelist – in the same sort of vein as Adam Lasnik from Google.

It's good to see the Vatican is not falling behind in technology. I believe they even have a resident technology evangelist – in the same sort of vein as Adam Lasnik from Google.

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