Majellan Media launches free app for families

12 June 2021
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Majellan Media has launched a free app to help families with their faith and relationship issues.

The app has all Majellan media content in the one convenient place and includes the latest podcasts from Majellan’s Figuring out Families series, the latest news, and articles providing sound advice and spiritual nourishment to help families thrive.

Exclusive content from The Majellan magazine which has been published quarterly in print form for more than 70 years is also featured. Articles are free to read in full and are available to share with family and friends.

A view of the Majellan Media App. Image: Majellan Media

Figuring out Families is a podcast series designed to provide practical advice on family and relationship issues. The series brings together experts in family relationships, including a marriage counsellor, to tackle the many and varying issues families face today.

There’s also access to The Majellan weekly newsletter which has thousands of subscribers. Other features include prayers for families; request for prayers; weekly articles; books on faith and families from the Majellan Bookstore; and Scriptural meditations and reflections.

Majellan Media CEO Tony Biviano says the new app brings together faith, spirituality and family advice in an entertaining and easy to understand way.”

Born from The Majellan magazine, Majellan Media strives to produce content to help families of all ages. The app is basically for anyone who cares about the wellbeing of their family.

“A sense of spiritual impoverishment is thought to be a major contributor to depression and anxiety, which is rising at alarming rates in Australia and throughout the world. Each week we publish reflections and prayers to help the many people who are suffering and feel spiritually undernourished.

“Over the years, Majellan has helped thousands of families through our print and online resources and that wealth of experience can now be found on this App,” says Mr Biviano. “At the end of the day, we just want to help families be the best that they can be.”

Further details are available at

With thanks to Majellan Media.


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