- Aug 10, 2020
“Click To Pray eRosary,” a small black bracelet with ten rosary beads and a cross, was presented Tuesday in Rome as a “tool for learning how to pray the rosary.”
During his more than six years in office, Pope Francis has made a habit of rehabilitating either projects deemed close to extinction, or personalities widely considered to have lost their influence on the global Catholic stage. One of these projects, celebrating its 175th anniversary this week, is the pope’s “Worldwide Prayer Network.”
Pope Francis’s embrace of the “Click to Pray” app marks his latest foray into social media.
The man behind Pope Francis’s request for daily prayer of the rosary in October says there’s a “spiritual combat” underway related to the current crisis.