Roman Catholics can now confess their sins using the iPhone. According to this article in the CBC, a new iPhone and iPad app has been released which allows Roman Catholics looking to ease the burden of their sins to seek forgiveness digitally.
The software helps sinners keep track of their wrong-doing, how often they have gone to the confessional, tools to examine their conscience and which acts of contrition are needed for holy retribution. You can even add your own sins, a handy feature if you're too busy with all the child molesting. Best of all, the app has received thumbs up from the Church:
Confession: A Roman Catholic App, developed by Little iApps in South Bend, Ind., received an "imprimatur" -- an official publication licence from the church -- from Bishop Kevin C. Rhodes of the Indiana Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend, the company said in a news release.
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