Laudate - #1 Free Catholic App

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  • Last update: 4 years ago
  • Version: 2.16
  • Compatibility: 2.3 and up
  • Author: Aycka Soft
  • Content rating: Rated for 3+
  • Package name: com.aycka.apps.MassReadings
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Laudate - #1 Free Catholic App Review

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Laudate - #1 Free Catholic App Review

The most comprehensive Catholic App . Available in English, Español, Português, Française, Deutsch, Nederlands, Slovenský, Italiano, Bahasa, Polski, Slovenski, Hrvatski, Việt, 简体, 繁體 and Românesc. Daily Mass Readings, Order of Mass, Liturgy of Hours, New American Bible, Latin Mass, Latin Liturgy of Hours, Rosary and Latin Rosary, Chaplet of Divine Mercy (on Rosary screen), Seven Sorrows Rosary, Chaplet of St. Michael, Holy Wounds Chaplet, St Jude Chaplet, Franciscan Crown Rosary, Stations of the Cross, Saint of the Day, Catechism of Catholic Church, Sacrament of Reconciliation (Confession), Daily Examination of Conscience, various prayers and prayers in Latin with English translation. Daily Prayer. Podcast for Rosary and Stations. Daily Meditations. Podcasts of Daily Readings with read-along text and meditations. Ability to bookmark prayers and create own categorized prayers. Export/Import for prayers. Edit prayers on your Mac or PC and Import into Laudate. Daily Bible Verse on Daily Readings screen. Douay-Rheims Bible for offline use. Second Vatican documents, Code of Canon Law and papal encyclical letters.

Laudate app does read phone state but we don't read or keep any of the phone data. (Please read Laudate privacy policy) This feature , to check phone state, is enabled to interrupt playing on internal podcast player so you can answer the phone without podcast playing.
Also, we read SD card to save and import files for [My Prayers] section.

If you're running into more issues please email us from application using: Menu->Email Developer or send us email to [email protected] with problems,and check for release notes and how to use it.


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    Anna Field
    1 year ago
    I really love this app and use it every morning. However, I was very disappointed this morning when I went to read the daily Bible verse and I found that whoever was doing the reflection decided to give their opinion on the closing of Churches due to Covid 19. Of course I want to receive the sacraments. The fact that I can’t receive the Eucharist every week truly breaks my heart. If we were to celebrate Sunday Mass right now, it would be dangerous. Do you really want the living church to all get sick and some die? Or maybe they take up a hospital bed that otherwise could be used for someone who needs it more. What about our priests? If they get sick and die, where does that leave us? Where I live we have such a priest shortage that it’s one preist per two parishes. Our medical professionals need us to stay home. And instead of going on about what we have lost right now, how about you encourage the people reading your reflections to sit down and pray for our suffering world. We have the ability to change this pandemic by prayer and staying at home. Faith and works.
  • B
    1 year ago
    Where would you begin with a group of individuals who are interested in reading and studying the encyclica Laudate Si?

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