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For all your conclave tech needs!

For all your conclave tech needs! March 9, 2013

Andrew Jones from Logos.com writes:

I hope all is well. A couple things: I spoke with Luke and passed his information along to the design manager. I’ll follow up next week. Also, we have just released a free mobile app called “Conclave.” I wonder if you would be willing to let your audiences know about it?

The app allows you to watch video from the Vatican, follow what is being said on Twitter, read news stories, as well as access all the important documents concerning the history and procedure of the conclave. It even has biographies of all the cardinal electors and ranks them according the “buzz” they are receiving on the internet—certainly not a reliable measure of who is going to be elected, but interesting nonetheless. This is the first conclave were so many people around the world are “plugged in” and it is new technologies like this that are going to allow the Faithful to see and understand what is going on. You can see more and download the app here:
Here is a short url.

Check thou it out!

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