Pope Goes Digital by Joining ‘Click to Pray’ App From VOA
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- Pope Francis has joined a technology tool designed to permit people to connect spiritually.
- The pope spoke about the “Click to Pray” app during his weekly Sunday religious address at St. Peter’s Square in Vatican City.
- Pope Francis, who is 82, ...
- But he demonstrated the app to the crowd gathered in St. Peter’s Square.
- The app was first launched in 2016, but the pope announced that he was now adding his own personal prayer profile.
- The announcement came as the pope prepared to visit Panama for World Youth Day 2019.
- The international Catholic gathering is expected to draw more than 150,000 young people from around the world.
- The app will inform users what the leader of the world’s 1.3 billion Roman Catholics is praying for so they can join him.
- During his address, Pope Francis spoke of one world event that could unite users of the app in prayer. Last weekend, 170 migrants were feared lost in the Mediterranean after leaving in small boats from Libya and Morocco.
- The Click to Pray app is currently available in English, Spanish, Italian, French, Portuguese and German.