Following the release of the first video series starring a pope, the Pope’s Worldwide Prayer Network (Apostleship of Prayer) has now launched the Click To Pray application, an app that invites people throughout the world to join in prayer for the intentions of Pope Francis to address the challenges facing humanity. The app is available in both Android and iOS formats, so that people virtually everywhere can unite their prayers with the Pope’s easily and quickly every day.
Pope Francis seeks to promote the spirit of dialogue and interaction, so that each user of Click To Pray can join thousands of people praying for his and their own intentions. Click to Pray (both on the web and mobile app) makes it possible to accompany the Pope in prayer a new digital way. It offers new content each day and connects millions of people from different cultures and languages around the world in praying for the universal challenges confronting humanity.
The motto of the Click To Pray app is “Together, we make a difference every day.” The app reminds users of the World Day of Prayer (first Friday of each month) and proposes a rhythm of prayer three times a day: with Jesus in the morning, during the day, and at night. It has already reached 210,300 people through unique visits to the website, social networks interactions and subscribers since it was launched on 4 March. “Click To Pray invites men and women around the world to accompany Pope Francis in a new digital way, with the hope that the continents unite in prayer for the great challenges of the world and the mission of the Church as expressed in the Pope’s intentions,” said Fr. Frédéric Fornos, SJ, International Director of the Pope’s Worldwide Prayer Network (Apostleship of Prayer).
More than 35 million people make up the Pope’s Worldwide Prayer Network which has national offices around the world including Ireland. The network seeks to help people everywhere to to pray every day for the challenges facing humanity and the mission of the Church, as expressed by the Pope in his monthly prayer intentions.