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iStations

$1.99
iPhone / iPad
Genres:
  • Utilities
  • Lifestyle
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NOTICE: We are aware of issues with extraneous text appearing on the main screen in iOS7 (& iOS8). For more info, visit bfsnet.com/ios7-ist

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#1 App in the Philippines on Good Friday 2013 (#1 in Philippines/Lifestyle from 3/27/13 - 3/30/13)

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From actual iStations user reviews on other platform...

"Best Station App"

"pictures and audio are great!"

"Great Job"

"Highly recommended."

"Bravo!!!"

"excellent app!"

"Penetrating and profound."

"The best I have seen so far."

"The illustrations of the stations are some of the most beautiful Christian art to be found."

"Very good for meditation and reflection."

"App has an option to listen to the station meditations which are read well."

"Love this app! It is very easy to use"

"This is awesome... I love the audio, and the quality of this prayer app. Well done."


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iStations, presented by MyCatholicSource.com, is a convenient devotional aid for privately praying the Stations of the Cross (Way of the Cross). Features include:

* Beautiful images that are colorful, realistic, timeless and inspiring!

* TWO traditional methods, including a Franciscan method -- Default method includes fourteen stations, an introduction, conclusion, and quotes from scripture & saints, plus there is an entirely different set of traditional meditations for each of the 14 stations which gives you a variety of options for meditation

* Audio option -- listen to one station at a time OR listen from beginning to end (convenient toggle button plays/stops audio for default method)

* 'Always accessible' prayers button for viewing selected English/Latin prayers (including the Stabat Mater)

* Three EASY ways to navigate from station to station: Use the main menu, use 'next'/'previous' buttons - or iStations can navigate automatically when using the audio option (if desired)

* In app help

* Links for additional resources

==> Looking for a 'slideshow' option? Simply press the 'Audio' button when 'Auto' is displayed (the default option) and the app will automatically advance from station to station. If you prefer a silent 'slideshow', you can simply mute the device and meditate silently on each station as the app advances from station to station.

Great for:

* Fridays

* Lent

* Penitential times

* Times of suffering

* Times of temptation

* Before or after Confession

* Preparing to participate in the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass

* Family devotions

* Daily meditation

* Any other appropriate time+


[+ Please Note: This app is NOT for use in church]


Note: This app contains meditations & beautiful artwork for the 14 traditional stations -- the same stations used by popes, saints and the faithful for centuries, and the same stations traditionally pictured in Catholic churches throughout the world.

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"To know Jesus and Him crucified is my philosophy, and there is none higher." (St. Bernard, Doctor of the Church)

"Here learn the science of the saints: All is to be found in the passion of Jesus." (St. Paul of the Cross)

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Tips...

* Screen go blank? App follows the device's user-specified settings. To prevent device from sleeping, touch the screen occasionally or adjust the device's settings.

* No audio? Volume too high/low? Audio button toggles audio on & off. To adjust sound (e.g. increase/decrease volume, silence device), use the device's built in buttons & settings.

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Please also check out our other great Catholic apps...

* Catholic Bible References - Great aid for sharing & defending the Catholic faith!

* Saints4U - "A Treasury of Saint Names, Patrons & Feasts!"

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App Feedback: We love to hear from you! Please send comments, questions, feature requests, etc. to us via our website or use the e-mail address provided on the help screen. Since we can't respond to messages left here, please be sure to contact us via e-mail or our website if you would like us to contact you back. Thank you.

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