The THEOLOGY OF THE BODY & MEDIA LITERACY blog of Sr. Helena Burns, fsp, media nun.
HOW ABOUT THIS?
Many people have gone trough much worst.
I'd like to offer this story on my application that brings the prayer on iPhone. I believe that prayer is Christian and Catholic from spreading. You wonder why you can publish the news and if you can spread it to your friends on your blog. thanksfr. Paolo PadriniVatican. iBreviary: Church pray with iPhoneDear Sirs,Editing and Friends of iBreviary,iBreviary, as you know, it's a new application for iPhone,available from immediately in Spanish, French, English, Latin and Italian.iBreviary offers the possibility, in a simple way and in a perfect "Applestyle", to pray in mobility with the prayer of the Breviary.It offers besides the readings of the Mass of the Day (Missal), as well as theprincipal Catholic prayers.The application, realized by me together with the technician anddeveloper Dimitri Giani, has got the applause and the encouragementof the Vatican.iBreviary has now reached its third updating.This updating brings important changes:- available application in version Italian and English- available readings in English, French, Spanish, Latin and in Ambrosian Rite- possibility to pray with the Compieta of the previous day- new dress graphics- possibility to increase the size of the characters- possibility of use in formed "landscape" rotating the iPhone- page of explanation about the use of the Breviary- fix of some bugsThe application is available inside the app store to the price ofsupport for the developers of 0,79 cents (Euro).Besides, also Facebook will have his "digital Breviary". Its name is"Praybook" and it's an available application on the most important socialnetwork of the world.The application allows to pray on line with the same prayers of iBreviary.Thanks for everything.father Paolo Padriniwww.dimix.it/ibreviaryhttp://www.americamagazine.org/blog/entry.cfm?blog_id=2&id=B229A854-1321-AEAA-D3C7465D8C8B5E1C
It's true that many people have gone through much worse than what Jesus went through. But, if what He went through was all for us and He didn't have to do it, doesn't it mean we can trust Him?We didn't trust God in Eden. It sounded too good to be true. In Jesus, I think God is making it way easier for us to trust Him.
In reply to Fr. Padrini: I got all these images from a Google images search. I don't know if they can be legally used on iPhone....??