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.- Denver based media company, Catholic Mobile announced today the launch of its innovative wireless content delivery service.  With this public launch, Catholic Mobile along with its service in Spanish, Móvil Católico, plans on to becoming the leader in the development and distribution of wireless Catholic based content in North and South America.

“We feel that Catholic Mobile is a tool that will enhance the mobile experience for users of our service,” said Catholic Mobile spokesman Alejandro Bermudez. 

From their website <http://www.catholicmobile.com/>, Catholic Mobile provides families and individuals with inspiring Catholic content that will enrich their daily wireless experiences. Catholic Mobile users can receive messages by subscribing or selecting from a range of services anytime, anywhere, from their cell phones, PDA’s or smart phones. Using a text messaging service (SMS or Short Message System), daily prayers, the saint of the day, or daily scripture readings will be sent directly to the individual’s cell phone or mobile device.  Users will also be able to personalize their phones by downloading Catholic wallpapers and ring tones.

 “The Catholic community looks for new ways to remain centered on God and our Catholic faith as well as to bring the message of peace and hope to as many people as possible,” stated Alan Napleton, President of The Missionaries of Faith Foundation (MOFF).

Catholic Mobile and Móvil Católico will launch their new mobile content solution by offering the service to users in the United States, Canada, Argentina and Mexico.  Catholic Mobile plans to make their service available to users in Brazil, Spain, and Australia by early 2007.

Catholic Mobile is a partnership between Denver, Colorado based JP2 Media and The Missionaries of Faith Foundation (MOFF), headquartered in San Diego, California. JP2 Media is a company that specializes in developing and distributing Catholic based content, information and news. JP2 Media delivers Catholic content in English, Spanish and Portuguese. The Missionaries of Faith Foundation is aimed at promoting the Catholic faith by several means. Currently it is involved in Catholic initiatives that are Internet and wireless oriented, including the distribution of Vatican artwork in the Americas. 

For more information see Catholic Mobile's website http://www.catholicmobile.com/

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