See a list of recommended apps by Taylor Marshall, a convert from Anglicanism or check out our suggestions below!
Answers 4 Catholics: Have questions about Church authority at 2:30 in the morning? Looking for the biblica roots of Catholic teaching? Wondering who instituted the sacraments? Jesus is a safe bet, but if you have questions like these and want solid answers now, you don’t have to be Catholic to get Answers 4 Catholics. Cost: $1.99
Confession: A Roman Catholic App: Provides a step-by-step guide for making a good examination of conscience and the actual Sacrament of Confession. It is a digital version of the many paper guides available. It allows the user to password protect their account and customize their examination to their age, time since last confession and vocation. The text was developed by a USCCB director and it now has an Imprimatur (Ecclesiastical Approval) from the Bishop of Ft. Wayne. Cost: $1.99.
Mobile Apostle: With MobileApostle, you can always stay up to date with fresh content, from trustworthy sources, faithful to the Church. In addition to keeping you in the loop, MobileApostle gives you the opportunity to share your faith with the world. If you like a certain article, video or audio clip, you can share it on Twitter, Facebook or you can email it to your friends, right from your mobile phone.
Divine Office: The Liturgy of the Hours is the prayer of the Church and a method of sanctifying the hours of the day. Its most complete form is the Divine Office, which the Church has prayed since its beginnings. Cost: $14.99