Catholic Communications, Sydney Archdiocese,
28 Feb 2014

Lent Calendar on iPad and Web
The Archdiocese of Sydney's social network will launch its 2014 Lent Calendar and Smartphone App, in partnership with The University of Notre Dame Australia on Ash Wednesday next week.

For each day of Lent, Xt3 will provide daily inspiration through videos, podcasts and reflections, as well as beautiful original artworks of the Passion, Death and Resurrection of Christ, created by
The 2014 Xt3 Lent Calendar is also available as a FREE App for your iPhone, iPad and Android devices.
The calendar can be downloaded for Android devices by searching for "Xt3 Lent" in the Google Play store, or by clicking here.
It is also available for download on the iPad and iPhone, just search for "Xt3 Lent" in the App store, or click here.

Lent Calendar on iPhone and Android
The content for each day is hidden until that particular day of Lent has arrived. The first feature will be available on Ash Wednesday, 5 March 2014.
The first video reflection on Ash Wednesday will be His Eminence Cardinal George Pell on the history and meaning of Lent.
Other original videos include a story on the Easter Mystery with Fr Tony Percy, Rector of the Good Shepherd Seminary; a week in the life of a priest with Fr Michael de Stoop, testimonies from a number of students from The University of Notre Dame Australia; dating for Catholics plus podcasts on aetheism, confession, human trafficking, immigration, and reflections from priests and Bishops from around Australia.
Another feature is a narration of the Stations of the Cross by the Missionaries of God's Love sisters plus content from Fr Robert Barron in the US and George Weigel.
The app will run for one week after Easter up to Divine Mercy Sunday and the canonisation of John Paul II and John XXIII.