Give Us This Day

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About this app

Daily prayer for today’s Catholic. Give Us This Day is a monthly invitation to daily moments of prayer intended to bring you closer to God. Centered on the Word and drawing inspiration from the wisdom and breadth of voices in the Church, Give Us This Day seeks to forge a deeper and more loving communion with God … a more relevant, more open and more resonant understanding of Scripture situated in the contemporary world.

Whether you have just five minutes or a half hour, Give Us This Day supports your desire to pray.
  • Simplified prayer for morning and evening
  • Insightful, relevant reflections on the Scriptures for Mass
  • Complete Mass texts
  • Daily inspiration from the lives of saintly witnesses

Intuitive navigation and thoughtful design compliment a prayerful experience.

Daily content includes:
  • Morning and evening prayer
  • Blessed Among Us by Robert Ellsberg
  • Mass texts
  • Reflections on Scripture
Monthly content includes:
  • Feature Essay …
  • Teach Us to Pray by James Martin, S.J.
  • Featured Prayer and reflection
  • Prayers and Blessings
  • Prayer at Night
  • Order of Mass
  • Liturgy of the Word (with Holy Communion)
  • Guide to Lectio Divina (listening to God’s word)
  • Hymns
Subscription options:
  • Try it FREE for one month.
  • Yearly subscription, $19.99

Your subscription will automatically renew for the current subscription price and your credit card will be charged through your Google Play account unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. You can turn off auto-renew at any time from your Google Play account settings. However, you are not able to cancel a current subscription prior to its expiration date. Terms of use can be found at

Please contact us at with feedback or questions.

We invite you to read, ponder, and pray with us This Day and always.
Updated on
Sep 2, 2022

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120 reviews
Renee E
May 18, 2020
Awesome app! Very easy to navigate and read from.This app has been great for following along with mass at home. I respect and appreciate them for not collecting credit card info before the free trial to con you and automatically charge you after the trial ends. They do not take credit card info when you make an account and sign up for the free trial. I'm guessing, once the free trial ends you will lose access and then have the option to enter credit card info to buy a subscription.
16 people found this review helpful
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Rick Zabala
May 1, 2021
Read it almost every day. Great inspiration & daily readings. I like app the way it is but just couple suggestions. Regarding Responsorial Psalm, it would be nice if readings were separated by paragraph. Another suggestion, the responsorial could be inserted between the reading. For me it would be easier to read. Good app for what it is. The order of mass could be better defined by highlights, bold words or some such.
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Shar Y
August 20, 2022
Hard to get to a specific place! I searched for 'music' and got words! Not until I went to the morning or evening prayers, then clicked on the word "hymns" then I was sent to the music. IT ISN'T EVEN LISTED!! I can't see the section that is at the beginning of each book with seasonal prayers. Night prayers begins with an examination and act of contrition. Some may be cradle Catholics know these as well as their own name, but I need help. If I must go to another book for them, I'll stay there.
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What's new

- bug fixes