Thank you for your
feedback. Regarding an imprimatur for our apps, please note the following...
* Catholic Bible References app – Scripture is from bibles
that have imprimaturs (the passages from the modern translation are from the
* iStations app – The following is from the help file for
method is a Franciscan method attributed to St. Leonard of Port Maurice which
appears in a 19th century Franciscan Manual bearing an imprimatur. We have
adapted the alternate method (which appears in a 19th century publication
entitled "The Catholic's Vade-Mecum") for private use. The publication
containing the alternate version indicates that it was compiled from approved
* Saints4U app – Consists of saints names, facts, etc.,
which are not doctrinal matters per se (however, please note that the 'other
feasts'/martyrology data is from a publication that bears an imprimatur, and the
liturgical feasts are from the Church's new & traditional calendars)
* MyCrucifix apps – As the focus of these apps are the
images, an imprimatur would not seem necessary (the default prayer that may be
displayed is traditional & well known)
* Imprimaturs would not be relevant to our non-religious
apps (e.g. Speedy Dial!, Just Checkin' In, Simple Note)
For other products,
such as our books, they may include...
* Scripture quotes from bibles that have imprimaturs
* Prayers & quotes from publications that have imprimaturs
or otherwise bear Church approval
* Reprints of works that may have originally born an
* Various non-doctrinal items for which an imprimatur would
not be relevant (e.g. names, feasts, historical facts, word search games,
* Items that do not bear an imprimatur or are not required
to bear in imprimatur
For more information
concerning imprimaturs, please see
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