Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Vote for Divine Office.org!

While you wait for you state primary to roll around, there is another kind of voting you should do.

Once again, DivineOffice.org: it's website, pocasts, and various breviary apps, has made finalist in the About.com Reader's Choice contest  for Catholic new media.

You may vote for any or all of these items once a day, every day, from now until March 21st.

I urge you to do so, especially if you have benefited from any of these wonderful products.

I also urge you to do so if you don't use DivineOffice.org  because by winning this award, more Catholics will take notice (when they go to look up the winners) of the Liturgy of the Hours. Maybe some of them will say something like, "Hmmmm. I've heard about the Liturgy of the Hours before. I know I should try it, but have been putting that off. But if an online breviary is so popular that it wins a contest, that means lots of people are praying it these days. And if lots of people are managing to do this, then so should I."

So, by voting for Divineoffice.org, you aren't just promoting a website/podcast/app. You are helping spread the good news of the public prayer of the Church.

Does that make sense? Then please go and vote.

2 comments:

  1. I have used divineoffice.org, and I love it. How do I vote?

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    1. Shoot! I thought there was a link on the picture. Well, just go to the Divineoffice.org website, and click on the Reader's choice announcement. That should explain what to do.

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