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New technology, media and languages for Superior General Lenten Letter

Congregation of the Mission, and Vincentian Family are multilingual. Therefore nobody wonders that a document like Lenten Letter of the Superior General is published in more than in primary languages only. 2011 LETTER FOR LENT is available in eight different languages commonly used in our global community: English, Spanish, French, Polish, Italian, Portuguese, Slovak and German. It is available in as many formats and styles as never before. Thanks to innovative solutions used this year, you can view, read and download the document in standard formats (MS Word, plain text – *.rtf, *.pdf). you can read it and easily share it in your browser or send to your mobile device (Scribd.com application). You can download it as smartphone/tablet friendly ebook (for iPhone, iPad, Galaxy, Android, Kindle and other similar) which is becoming more and more popular recently.

Below, you can find access to view the Lenten Letter in all of the languages from Scribd.com application widget. To view your language click on the title link in the widget frame. The document opens in full screen. You can read it, share in social networks, download it in various formats or send to you mobile device. You can get embed code and insert it into your website.

Popularity of smartphones, tablets and other advanced mobile devices is growing in recent years. Trying to meet that challenge we decided to share this Letter for Lent in – *. epub – format for mobile devices like iPhone, iPad, Android and ebook readers like Amazon’s Kindle. Right click on the link below you are interested in and save it on your desktop or copy the link and send to your device.

Both innovative solutions – Scribd.com and ebook were provided by Famvin.org team as response to recent letter of the Superior General on use of modern technology in Vincentian mission. We believe you will receive this solutions positively, and making the Lenten message more “mobile” and “networked” your ministry can be more effective and fruitful as well as your personal study and reflection.
Since it is an innovation and first time used Famvin.org welcomes all your comments and opinions on this solution. Your voice counts and helps improve the service. To leave comment and opinion simply use the comment form below or contact either Fr. John Freund CM or Toma’ by email.


LETTER OF THE SUPERIOR GENERAL FOR LENT 2011
(eBook files to download for mobile devices)

List na Wielki Post 2011 [polski]
Letter for Lent 2011 [English]
Lettre de Carême 2011 [française]
Carta de Cuaresma 2011 [español]
Carta da Quaresma 2011 [Português]
Fastenzeit Brief 2011 [Deutsch]
List pôstny 2011 [slovenčina]
Lettera di Quaresima 2011 [Italiano]

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