eRosary: Prayer platform launched to teach young people how to pray the rosary

Image capture from YouTube | Click To Pray App
  • A prayer platform called Click To Pray was launched to teach young people how to pray the rosary
  • The interactive, smart, and app-driven device can be worn as a bracelet
  • It is described as “the app that connects your prayer with the world”

You can now pray using an e-Rosary.

“Click To Pray” — an interactive, smart, and app-driven device can be worn as a bracelet — was launched recently to teach young people how to pray the rosary; calling it an app “that connects your prayer with the world”.

Image capture from YouTube | Click To Pray App

According to the Click To Pray website, the app of the Pope’s Worldwide Prayer Network invites users to pray together for his intentions which address current challenges facing humanity and the mission of the Church.

“And because ‘every day is different,’ the app offers you a prayer 365 days a year to help you discover each day how God calls you to live. Join us as we pray together with the Pope, united with the Heart of Christ, thousands of us throughout the world now form a truly global prayer network,” the website encourages the Catholics.

Moreover, the prayer platform connects one with thousands of people worldwide who are praying every day for the challenges of humanity and for the mission of the Church as the Pope proposes in his monthly prayer intentions.

“Pray, live, and build a world which tastes of the Gospel. Give meaning to our life and put you prayer into action,” it stated. “You are invited to join the Pope’s call to connect your heart with others seeking to serve the mission of Jesus, a mission of compassion for the world. Together, we make each day different. Live each day with a twist.”

Click To Pray also gives one three brief moments of prayer each day and let the person share his/her own prayer intentions for everyone to pray.

Image capture from YouTube | Click To Pray App

Here’s a short but informative video that summarizes the purpose of an eRosary:

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Sources: Click To Pray, Click To Pray App, Vatican News

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