So in your opinion which is the best one to buy? Are they handy for college? I've never even touched an ipad or anything, I recently got an Iphone....ugh!
Oh, you have to get iPieta. It's pricey, but you get soooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo much!!!!!!
Jakub posted about something called the Stromata by St Clement--it's in iPieta.
Douay Rheims & Vulgate: separately, or line-by-line or side-by-side
Calendar: OF or EF, with links to the Gospel readings
Then: Butler's Saints and another, by name or "type"
Catechisms: BC 1, 2, & 3 as well as Christian Doctrine, then in another category, St Thomas' Catechism and the Roman Catechism
Intro to the Devout Life (Yay!!!)
Imitation of Christ
and many more (not Spiritual Combat, tho--don't know why?)
Councils before Trent
Vatican 1 & 2
The Summa Theologica
Papal Documents from Pius Sixth to Benedict
Haydock commentary & Catena Aurea --both linked to the Bible
And several Church Fathers
Other than owning it, I have no connection with them. I just think it is a totally fabulous resource!
(Plus I have a couple of download apps which allow me to download MP3 directly, without going through iTunes, which is a PITN)