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Religious apps are proliferating

Religious apps are proliferating

Elizabeth Drescher, author of the forthcoming Tweet if you ? Jesus tells KQED Radio that religious apps are proliferating, whether you are looking for kosher wine, guided Christian meditation or Islamic chant.


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Paul Davison

I have a few for iPhones (can’t speak to Android):

iBCP-an apparently complete Book of Common Prayer

Lectionary–the RCL lessons week by week

the NRSV by Olive Tree–not a free one but good

Episcopal Calendar

No official Episcopal Church one yet, unfortunately!

Paul Davison

Kurt Huber

Where are the Episcopal apps?


an app to find the closest Episcopal Church or a good BCP app…

Rev. Kurt Huber

Monroe, CT

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