Give Us This Day: Let Us Pray

Give Us This Day: Let Us Pray

By Liturgical Press

  • Category: Book
  • Release Date: 2015-02-26
  • Current Version: 1.7
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 7.42 MB
  • Developer: Liturgical Press
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later.
Score: 3.5
From 28 Ratings


Beautiful. Simple. Life-giving. 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. • Monthly subscription, $1.99 • Yearly subscription, $19.99 • Add an app subscription to a current print subscription for $10 per year at Your subscription will automatically renew for the current subscription price and your credit card will be charged through your iTunes 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 iTunes 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.



  • Awesome app layout!! Better than print version!!

    By TracieSue
    I’ve had the print for years but just downloaded the app!!! I’m so excited!! Now I can do my daily prayers anywhere!!! Wonderful layout!! God Bless the developer!
  • I’m tired of...

    By DLSweet45
    Having to put my password in to use this application. When it does work, I really like it, but it’s a nuisance when out of nowhere, you have to remember your password and then it doesn’t take. This needs to be fixed IMMEDIATELY!!!
  • Love the content the app not so much.

    By La Unica Mama
    Every now and then the app signs me out and i have to sign in again. No problem when at home but when in mass I have to toggle between the password keeper and the app to get signed in. Love how easy it is to get from the parts of the mass to the readings.
  • Frequent logins a real pain

    By Old webmaster
    Great content but app should be renamed Give us this Day our Daily Login. Requiring subscribers to repeatedly enter email address and password is absurd, especially when they’re paying $20 a year for the app. With arthritic fingers my wife finds this exercise both difficult and annoying.
  • Love the app

    By Nun in Texas
    I use the app daily and love it. Thank you.
  • Logs me out!

    By oscarzmbd
    I agree with the other reviewers who have noted that the password is required far too often. Because I don't remember all of my various passwords, it's not uncommon for me to get locked out of my account. It's a hassle to reset the password just to login, especially when the login seems to be required at least once a week. I have sent a note to the app owner requesting a change. In the meantime, I have canceled my subscription.
  • App Does Not work for IOS 10

    By Pm10980
    I enjoy using the App on a daily basis for prayer and to follow along in mass, however, the app is not company with IOS 10. It's frustrating since I paid for the yearly subscription and been unable to use it for 2 months. It would seem they would have updated the app prior or soon after the release of IOS 10. Until they fix the app I would not recommend spending any money on the app.
  • Login required too frequently

    By ferencz
    It's a solid app, but the Apple / iPad version requires a login and password every few days. It's enough to make me go back to the print version when my online subscription runs out.
  • Subscription problem

    By Librarianjan
    I received a receipt from Apple for the November issue, but the app won't let me in. What do I do?
  • Not ready for prime time

    By JGM197710
    I'm glad I did a free trial before paying money for this app. It needs serious enhancements, if not a total re-think/re-design. Please note: I will make some comparisons between this app and the Magnificat app. I don't want to get philosophical here -- I am aware that some folks strongly prefer one or the other according to their "conservative" or "liberal" leanings. Please set that aside for now. I will concentrate on technical and functional details. [1.] The major failing of the GUTD app is that, unlike Magnificat, IT DOESN'T WORK OFFLINE! With Magnificat you download this month's issue at the start of the month, and then you can use it offline for the rest of the month. This is not just a technical detail; it is a matter of courtesy to your fellow worshippers. You can set your phone to airplane mode and use Magnificat in church without the danger of disturbing others -- or being distracted yourself -- when the phone rings. (Silencing the ringer isn't as good -- other people are not disturbed, but you still are when the phone vibrates.) Offline mode also allows Magnificat to be used in environments (e.g.: subway trains, rural areas) where you would really like to use the app but there's no cellular signal or wi-fi. [2.] A related point: error handling of the app is terrible. An example: trying to start the app in airplane mode (which as we already know doesn't work). Any other app that requires a connection will show a message right away telling you that you can't use the app without a connection. The GUTD app simply shows you a blank screen and does nothing, giving you no clue as to what the problem is. [3.] Incidentally, the uninformative blank screen also shows for several seconds (depending on connection speed) when you start the app with a working connection. There is now "downloading..." or similar message to indicate that you will be rewarded with GUTD at the end of your wait, nor of how long the wait might be. [4.] The GUTD folks want to charge you an extra $10 a year for the app, on top of your subscription. Magnificat includes the app free with your print subscription. A GUTD subscription without the app costs (a bit) more than a Magnificat subscription with the app included.