iOs'd Just in Time for Lent


Big News, well at least it was to me.  I have finally saved enough of my pennies to be able to purchase my first iOS device – an iPad.  I always knew as a Techie Nerd Girl that I was missing out on fabulous iOS offerings, the ones not available on Android – and am already making up for lost time!  My first stop — just in time for Lent:

Magnificat Lenten Companion 2015

Photo: iPad screenshot (Allison Gingras)

Magnificat Lenten Companion 2015

This one has always given me App Envy – and here’s why!

  • Daily I Receive right to my iPad:
    • Prayer for the Morning
    • Mass (though I am still not sure I will have the courage to pull our my iPad in Mass!)
    • Lenten Meditation
    • Prayer for the Evening; and
    • Prayer at Night

You had me at Lenten Meditation!   But wait, there’s more…

Magnificat Daily Prayers

Photo: Daily Prayers screenshot (Allison Gingras) 

  • Other Lenten Features include:
    • Chants for Lent and Easter (love Chants!)
    • Prayer for Various Occasion (such as For Conversion of Heart; In Time of Temptation; and my personal favorite, For Forgiveness)
    • The Stations of the Cross; and more!
Magnificat Stations of Cross

Photo: Stations of the Cross screenshot (Allison Gingras)

Always a favorite feature in any daily app – REMINDER setting capabilities.  In the Magnificat Lenten 2015 App, I can set separate reminders for:

  • Prayer for the Morning
  • Read Magnificat
  • Prayer in the Evening

It seems I have been blessed with my iOS device, just in time to be blessed during my Lenten prayer time with The Magnificat Lenten Companion 2015.

Disclaimer ** Lenten Companion provided for my review – the gushing about it provided solely by me.

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Copyright 2015 Allison Gingras


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Allison Gingras, blogs: ; Podcasts: A Seeking Heart on Breadbox Media. Allison created the Stay Connected Journals for Catholic Women including her book: The Gift of Invitation: 7 Ways Jesus Invites You to a Life of Grace. Speaks on: Forgiveness; Worry; and Mary as Model of Faith

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