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    iCal Download
    Hello. I am apart of a church and many of the attendees have apple products. I was wondering if there was a way for the people in my church to download an iCal that could be updated in real time with the times and events of our program.

    I thought of making an iCloud for the group but I was wondering if there was another way, unless that is the best way.

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    iCal can connect to a Google calendar, that's probably the best way since it can work for PC and Mac users
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    Of course you can share an iCal calendar.

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