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Catholic News Agency launches mobile app
New CNA application for iOS and Android.
New CNA application for iOS and Android.
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.- Catholic News Agency has announced the launch of its new app, offering direct access to all of its content, free of charge.

“Our readers have come to expect free, timely coverage of the Universal Church on our website,” said Marianne Medlin, editor-in-chief of CNA.

“Now we’re making that available to them on their phone or tablet.”

The app provides news stories, columns, and faith resources from the Catholic News Agency website.

In addition, users can watch CNA’s YouTube videos, browse photos from the agency’s journalists around the world, and stay up-to-date on Facebook and Twitter posts.

One of the fastest growing religious news providers of the last decade, Catholic News Agency has offices and correspondents in the United States, Rome, Spain, Peru, Chile, Brazil and Southeast Asia.

“Our hope with this app is to enhance our global coverage of the Church by providing an integrated experience for our readers,” said South American bureau chief Ryan Thomas. “That means providing written content, photos, videos and social media in a convenient format.”

“This is the next step in our continuing mission of responding to St. John Paul II’s call for a New Evangelization.”

The free Catholic News Agency app is available now for both iOS and Android.

Click your operating system to download the free CNA App

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