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Rediscover: App for Catholic Digital Connection

Little i Apps LLC announces the release of Rediscover: app, a mobile application for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and Android. Designed for Catholics, the app reportedly individually supports and enriches each user's personal prayer and faith life. The app meets people where they are at in their spiritual life and helps support their re-engagement toward full participation in the faith and a deepened relationship within the Catholic Church.

"We are excited to be working in conjunction with the Archdiocese of Saint Paul and Minneapolis in creating a mobile app that meets the needs of modern Catholics," says Patrick Leinen, developer and co-founder of Little i Apps LLC. "This release is part of a long-term goal of our creative team to provide quality Catholic applications for the faithful. With the wealth of materials provided by the archdiocese, we believe users at any place in their faith journey will find the app both beneficial and enriching."

Features of the app include mobile access to the Rediscover: blogs, streaming videos featuring Matthew Kelly and Fr. Robert Barron, a customizable faith journal, push notifications, a geolocation feature to locate parishes within the Archdiocese of Saint Paul and Minneapolis and set reminders for mass, confession and other personal faith goals.

The Rediscover: app is available free at the iTunes App Store, Google Play and Rediscoverapp.com. For more information, visit www.littleiapps.com.

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