The faithful of the Diocese of Providence and beyond have a new way to connect with the diocese through their smartphone or hand-held device. The Diocese of Providence is unveiling their very own app, moving evangelization efforts further into the digital era and keeping the faithful plugged in…Read More
BRAZIL—Easter is often a feast in the Church year when many non-practicing Catholics will return to Mass for the first time in months, if not years. Some parishes have sought to attract such visitors on these occasions back to a more full participation in the life of the Church. Annunciation Parish in Brazil launched this week a software application, popularly known as an “app,” in part to reach out to such non-practicing Catholics…Read More
Parishioners at St. Mary Church and School in Paragould can now get more updates about activities and Masses via an app for their smartphones. According to pastor Father Mike Sinkler, there are currently a little more than 100 people who signed up for the app in the short time it’s been available…Read More
The new parish bulletin lives in cyberspace as Yell County Catholic, a free smartphone and tablet app, putting parish information at the fingertips of the faithful in west central Arkansas.
“I know that some people still love the church bulletin, and I wouldn’t do away with it,” said Father James Melnick, pastor of St. Augustine Church in Dardanelle and St. Andrew Church in Danville. “But I also know there are a lot of people who take it because the ushers hand it out and then not even see it until they have to clean out the car…Read More
Joy Junction, New Mexico’s largest emergency shelter, in collaboration with award winning local app development company, SDI-APPS has released a new app available on iTunes, Google play and Blackberry Market.
Joy Junction Founder and CEO Dr. Jeremy Reynalds said he is very excited about the new app, because it provides yet another way for Joy Junction to tell the homeless story, an avenue to which Reynalds is passionately committed.Read More
SDI-Apps, an Albuquerque-based mobile app development company, is the recent winner of a city-wide contest to develop free apps from open data for the City of Albuquerque. City of Albuquerque Mayor, Richard J. Berry presented SDI-Apps with a check and the distinct honor of being one of three local app developers chosen as the contest winners…Read More