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Oct 16, 2017

10 Ways To Baptize Your Smartphone

Jeff Cavins

Have you ever put down your smartphone only to realize an hour has gone by? Do certain apps tempt you to sin? Are you sometimes overwhelmed with a desire to have the latest and greatest technologies? Here are ten simple ways you can “baptize” your smartphone for the glory of God and for your spiritual growth, while becoming more a part of God’s family, the Church.

Problems with Smartphones
  • Wasting time
  • Get into trouble – pornography etc…
  • Expense and always needing the “latest and greatest”
10 Ways to Baptize Your Smartphone
  1. Set an alarm for 6:00AM, 12:00PM, or 6:00 PM or 3:00PM
    1. These are the times of the Angelus or the hour of Divine Mercy
    2. Use as a reminder to pray or a tool to help you break a certain pattern of sin in your life
  2. Create Holy Lists on Your Phone
    1. Prayer lists
    2. Things I’m dealing with that I want to bring to Confession
  3. Lectio Divina and the Examine Prayer
    1. Gives you an opportunity to talk with God, but also gives God an opportunity to talk to you.
  4. Podcasts and Videos
    1. Listen to something that will positively contribute to your life
  5. Mass Times
    1. Download an App that shows different Mass times in whatever city you need.
  6. Bible or Catholic Study Programs
    1. Verbum
    2. Accordance
  7. Praise Music
    1. Will lift you up to a place of joy and peace
  8. Catholic Radio
    1. Ave Maria
    2. Relevant Radio
    3. EWTN
    4. Immaculate Heart Radio
  9. Apps
    1. To help you with all things Catholic
    2. Apologetics
    3. Laudate (one-stop-shop for Catholic Resources)
    4. myParish App
    5. Catholic Calendar App
    6. iRosary
    7. iMisstle
    8. Brevery
    9. Confession
    10. Devotions
    11. USCCB
  10. Set a song that will uplift you in the morning.
    1. Spiritual songs, praise and worship music, hymns

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