Never Miss a New Pope Announcement Again

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Jeff Miller has the scoop.  Popealarm.com‘s motto is: “When the smoke goes up, you’ll know what’s going on.” Register at the site, and they email, text, or both when the pope is chosen. Right now, their demand is so high they can’t guarantee the text service, but they’re working on it. Some were disappointed that the [Read More...]

The Conclave? There’s An App For That

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Verbum has released a free app with some nifty content for the conclave. The features of Conclave break down this way: Live Video: Right now, it’s the video of the last Press Office conference, but I imagine this will include live streams as they’re available. News: Relevant feeds from Zenit, Catholic Answers, National Catholic Register, [Read More...]

Awesome Medical Tech, or Merely Obamacare Propaganda?

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Ace of Spades linked to this NBC piece about the use of cell phones in medicine. The writer [Warden] and his brother were of two minds about the story, the former taking the position that it seemed pretty cool, the latter, that it was a piece of propaganda: Did you correctly see this as nothing more than [Read More...]

9 Ways To Keep Lent

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Pope Benedict gave us a gift yesterday. He gave us a Lent that would focus our minds on Christ, the Church, and His People in a way no one has ever experienced. I awoke yesterday at 6am to learn–on Facebook–that the pope had resigned. The news spread across the world almost at the speed of [Read More...]

Instagram, Vine, and Porn: What Parents Should Know

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This post contains mature images that have been obscured, but may still offend some readers. As Vine, Twitter’s new 6-second-video sharing service is swept up and spun around by the inevitable pornado, it’s worth looking at how Instagram handled a similar issue, and where they’ve failed. Social networks and porn don’t mix well. For a [Read More...]

Can We Put the Adults Back in Charge?

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When I do reviews of products parents might be considering for their children, I usually point out anything that might be of concern. This helps parents make sound decisions. But there are places where I never would have thought to look for “family unfriendly” content. One expects the adults in charge of some products and [Read More...]

Habemus Appam: The Pope’s Own App

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I may have to take back all the bad things I’ve been saying about Vatican communications. (Okay, some of them.) First, the Pope starts Tweeting, and now they roll out an app. And … it’s actually a pretty good one! Given how crummy the Vatican’s own website is, this is nothing short of amazing. The [Read More...]

News From Verbum: Android App, Ignatius Study Bible, & More

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Verbum (formerly Logos Catholic Bible Study Software) has some news: First off, the software is finally available for Android devices, with a free app that provides access to your Verbum library. Check it out at either Google Play or Amazon.  The Ignatius Catholic Study Bible is coming to the system and is now on pre-order. This [Read More...]


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