“The Vatican’s Pontifical Council for Social Communications is embracing the iBreviary, an [application for Apple’s iPhone and iPod touch that was] created by a technologically savvy Italian priest, the Rev. Paolo Padrini, and an Italian Web designer,” The Associated Press reports.
“The application includes the Breviary prayer book — in Italian, English, Spanish, French and Latin and, in the near future, Portuguese and German. Another section includes the prayers of the daily Mass, and a third contains various other prayers,” AP reports.
After a free trial period in which the iBreviary was downloaded approximately 10,000 times in Italy, an official version was released earlier this month, Padrini said,” AP reports.
“The application costs euro 0.79 (US$1.10), while upgrades will be free,” AP reports. “Padrini’s proceeds are going to charity.”
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More info about iBreviary via Apple’s iTunes App Store here.