St. Andrew

St. Andrew, also called Saint Andrew the Apostle, one of the Twelve Apostles of Jesus and the brother of St. Peter. He is the patron saint of Scotland and of Russia. In the Synoptic Gospels (Matthew, Mark, and Luke), Peter and Andrew—whose Greek name means “manly”—were called from their fishing by Jesus to follow him, promising that he would make them “fishers of men.” With Saints Peter, James,Continue reading “St. Andrew”

Do you know you can build Flutter apps in Python? 😮

I am guessing most of you have heard about Flutter. If not, here you go in just one sentence. Flutter is an open-source framework by Googlefor building beautiful, natively compiled applications​​​​​​​from a single codebase​​​​​​​for iOS, Android, Web, MacOS, Windows and Linux.  Dart is the programming language used to code Flutter apps and at the start most developers find it a littleContinue reading “Do you know you can build Flutter apps in Python? 😮”

Feast of the Dedication of the Lateran Basilica

The Archbasilica of St. John Lateran is one of the oldest and highest ranking Papal Basilicas in Rome. Holding the unique title of ‘arch basilica’, it is defined as the “mother and head of all the churches of the city and the world” Most Catholics think of St. Peter’s as the pope’s main church, butContinue reading “Feast of the Dedication of the Lateran Basilica”

Feast of St. John Paul II

Pope Francis canonized Saint John Paul II with Saint John XXIII in the Vatican City on April 27, 2014, a Divine Mercy Sunday, an observance that he established on April 30, 2000. October 22 was chosen as his feast day to remember the anniversary of the liturgical inauguration of his Papacy in 1978. Saint JohnContinue reading “Feast of St. John Paul II”

What is Mobile Accessibility?

With over 6.3 billion global smartphone users, it’s critical mobile apps are inclusive of everyone, including those with vision impairment, hearing limitations, or other physical or cognitive conditions. What do we mean by an accessible app? An accessible app means that most people can use it without help from another person, regardless of ability or situation.Continue reading “What is Mobile Accessibility?”