Cool Software Alert!

Andrew Jones from Logos Bible Software writes:

I hope all is well. We here at Logos have just released our version of the Catechism of the Catholic Church. This edition is a response to the Vatican’s call for more use of technology in the study of the Catechism. I think you might find it very useful for a lot of the work you do. You can watch a demonstration video here: http://scripturestudysoftware.com/catechism/

Check thou it out!

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  • Ted Seeber

    This and the more ecumenical Olive Tree Bible Software are on my list to one day purchase for my Android phones. Losing Olive Tree was the hardest part about moving off of the Windows Mobile Platform for me.

    • No reason to lose anything, Ted. Olive Tree is on Android and iOS, and you can download the materials from your existing Olive Tree account.

      I’ve subsequently moved to Logos myself, and LOVE IT!

  • NB. You need to have the Logos4 software to run these files. I have the Libronix version, so I just blew $50 for nothing. Sigh.

    Fr. Philip Neri, OP

  • UPDATE: I wrote to Logos and they sent me a link to their basic software. I’m assuming they didn’t charge me for them since I bought the original operating software.

    The Catechism files are great!

    Fr. Philip Neri, OP