Happy Birthday Divine Office!

Mauro Dalu on August 6th, 2013 | no comments yet

On August 6th 2006 our first Catholic website and podcast series went live. Seven years have passed and over five years since DivineOffice.org website was launched.

We have prepared this simple infographic to celebrate our anniversary, please feel free to share it :)

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Divine Office Receives 3rd Consecutive Readers’ Choice Award: Best in Catholicism – About.com Readers’ Choice Awards, 2013

Nicole on March 30th, 2013 | no comments yet

Salt Lake City, Utah, March 27, 2013 - The Divine Office Ministry  once again proves the ‘best of’ according to this year’s votes in the About.com Readers Choice Awards. After receiving significant nominations to participate in the Readers Choice Awards this year, the nominations brought Divine Office in three categories on Catholicism. About.com’s announcement of the winners makes the 2013 awards for Divine Office the third consecutive award in this Readers Choice Awards, and their second year to receive the award in all three of these nominated  categories: Best...

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About.com 2013 Awards Nominations

Mauro Dalu on January 14th, 2013 | no comments yet

Help us to reach more people!
It's that time of the year again... Thanks to your votes, you elected us as the best catholic Website, Podcast, iPhone and iPad app for 2011 and 2012. This recognition helped many people, who would have never found us otherwise, join in praying the Liturgy of the Hours. 2013 is here and Nominations for the 2013 About.com Catholicism Readers Choice Awards are now open!

"We want this Year to arouse in every believer the aspiration to profess the faith in fullness and with...

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Now Available: Leather Prayer Journal with DivineOffice.org Logo

Mauro Dalu on December 18th, 2012 | no comments yet

Record your deepest spiritual reflections, blessings, special intentions, prayer requests and prayers answered in a hand-sewn hand-crafted leather journal. Our Prayer Journal contains a book of 192 lined cream-colored pages and is 5" by 6.5" in size. The top-grain leather exterior gives it the durability it needs for daily use. The Prayer Journal makes the perfect gift for anyone on a journey of spiritual growth. The journal comes with a strap closure and is debossed with the Divine Office icon. Hand crafted in Utah with the finest top-grain cowhide from tanners located in...

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Catholic Ministries for the New Evangelization

Mauro Dalu on December 18th, 2012 | no comments yet

The Divine Office Ministry has partnered with some of the best Catholic resources available,  as a way to reach out to Catholics this Advent season in a campaign starting today, and continuing through the holiday, until December 26, 2012. Join this ever-expanding community in prayer this season: take advantage of the advent promotion - Divine Office apps are being offered at a special discounted price (25% off between now until December 26th). The Advent promotion is a great time to gift an app for those left on the gift list, or simply celebrate the season by sharing support for one...

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The Coming of Our God and more hymns now available on iTunes!

Mauro Dalu on November 12th, 2012 | no comments yet

"The Coming of our God", an album collecting Advent Hymns and Canticles set to music by Erika Provinzano is finally available on iTunes and Amazon MP3!

The album contains the following tracks:

 The Coming of Our God
 On Jordan's Bank
 Creator of the Stars of Night
 Father Lord of Earth and Heaven
 Te Deum

Listen to previews and purchase now on iTunes.

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Divine Office heads to Dallas for the Catholic New Media Conference, August 29-31

Nicole on August 28th, 2012 | no comments yet

Divine Office will be traveling to Dallas for the Catholic New Media Conference (CNMC), an annual event organized by the non-profit organization, SQPN. This will be the 3rd year in attendance for Divine Office while this year marks the 5th annual CNMC event to date. The Catholic New Media Conference is an event, which was started in support of bringing the networking, and learning opportunities that technology enables as a means for bringing Catholic news, and resources to the Catholic community. Those that attend the conference are a vast and notable collective, as members of the...

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The Most Popular Bible Software on the Mac App Store Now Includes the New American Bible

Nicole on November 1st, 2011 | no comments yet

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah, (Nov 1st, 2011)—The most popular Bible Reader on the Mac App Store now includes the full New American Bible, Revised Edition: the official Catholic Bible approved by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops.

Created by the Divine Office Catholic Ministry in partnership with Surgeworks, a Salt Lake City-based application developer and graphical interaction design firm, the Bible App for Mac OS X includes over 20 versions of the Bible in six different languages.

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New Bible App for Mac Users

Nicole on May 27th, 2011 | no comments yet

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah, (May 27, 2011)—The Divine Office Catholic Ministry, in partnership with Surgeworks Inc., a Salt Lake City-based application developer and graphical interaction design firm, has announced a new app for the Apple Mac App Store based on 20 versions of the Bible in six different languages. (more…)

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Now Available Divine Office, Catholic Liturgy of the Hours, for Mac

Nicole on January 6th, 2011 | no comments yet

The Divine Office Ministry, a non-profit group that offers the “Liturgy of the Hours” collection of Roman Catholic prayers online, and via the iPhone, iPod, and iPad, in partnership with Surgeworks Inc., provides an iOS app that takes the full text and audio for the Liturgy of The Hours of the Roman Catholic Church to the iPhone and iPad, and now has released the Divine Office app version for Mac through the new Mac App Store. (more…)

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