Hoping it’s good for the iTouch as well

For Immediate Release
March 19, 2010

Magnificat Launches Daily Prayer App on iPhone

YONKERS, NY – Magnificat USA, publisher of the monthly Catholic worship aid, Magnificat, today announces the launch of its daily prayer application on iPhone. Beginning on Palm Sunday, March 28, the Magnificat application will be available at the iPhone App Store.

Presented in a day-by-day format, the Magnificat app includes the following features:

  • Morning, evening, and night prayers inspired by the Liturgy of the Hours
  • Readings and prayers of each daily Mass
  • Daily meditations drawn from the best writings of the Church Fathers as well as recent spiritual masters
  • Essays on the lives of the saints from yesterday and today

Details about the Magnificat app:

  • Available at the iPhone App Store beginning on Palm Sunday, March 28
  • Free during Holy Week and for the whole month of April
  • Free for the first week after downloading
  • Rates: 99 cents per week; $2.99 per month; $14.99 for 6 months; and $19.99 for one year

About Magnificat

Magnificat magazine has become a worldwide phenomenon with nearly a million readers on five continents and in five languages. With 300,000 American subscribers, Magnificat is available in English-language and Spanish-language editions.

Magnificat is a pocket-sized spiritual companion beautifully printed on ivory Bible paper, that one can take anywhere at any time. The Magnificat app is one more convenient way of bringing the riches of prayer into the palm of one’s hand.

2 thoughts on “Hoping it’s good for the iTouch as well

  1. It'll work just fine. They're essentially the same device but that the iPod Touch lacks the phone bits. If you have a wifi connection, it'll work exactly the same.

  2. Oh this is great! Thanks for sharing!

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