Posts Tagged ‘technology in liturgy’

e-prayer rug: digital support to Muslim prayer

Monday, June 14th, 2021

A new e-prayer rug is being offered as an educational tool for use by Muslims concerned they may make errors in their daily prayers. Read more Related Posts:Once strongly Catholic city allows Muslim call to prayerVatican launches prayer website ‘to accompany’ synod on…Lord’s Prayer stays in State Parliament, but may not be…Pope Francis asks Catholics Read more

Liturgical use of iPads not banned universally, but best avoided

Tuesday, June 19th, 2012

There have been some local decisions about the liturgical use of iPads and other electronic devices, but so far there have been no pronouncement about their use from Rome which would apply to the church world-wide. Edward McNamara, professor of liturgy at the Regina Apostolorum university note that “at least one cardinal, celebrating in his Read more

Technology in Liturgy – the iPad is out. What about Powerpoint?

Tuesday, May 8th, 2012

The iPad and other similar electronic “books” in the liturgy are not the only intrusion of gadgetry in the liturgy. So what is the appropriate use of technology in liturgy? Data projectors are almost universally used. Powerpoint has become a must. What about recorded music? In a recent Blog Bosco Peters looks at a few Read more