- Jun 18, 2021
A diocese in the Philippines has launched an application, E-Pray, for spiritual accompaniment during COVID-19 isolation.
When the developers of the Catholic meditation app Hallow launched it in 2018, they hoped to attract young Catholics, but what is now the country’s No. 1 Catholic app has a bigger reach than that.
The Hallow App team also recently launched special features related to the coronavirus for the many people who must stay at home during this time.
A new app mimicking Pokemon Go attempts to teach the faith to young people and encourage them to perform the corporal works of mercy.
Anglican and Catholic leaders in the UK are teaming up to fight modern-day slavery through a free app that helps identify forced labor at car washes.
In line with Pope Francis’s call to make homilies “shorter” and “not boring,” Vatican launches Clerus-App to help draft sermons.