ClickToPray looks forward to bring youngsters back to the Church
As the world is rampantly becoming digital, we mark the small steps it takes. Finally religion has paved its way to the digital world. With more and more people becoming atheist nowadays, Pope Francis came up with a unique idea of making religion digital by launching a new app this January called “ClickToPray”.
The idea of launching this app is to bring Catholic people back to Christianity, especially the younger generation that spend most of their time on digital platforms. The app offers to post prayers, read them and leave comments or reviews below them.
Pope Francis also posts monthly “prayer intentions”. With the touch of a screen, you can let the pope, or another person know you’ve prayed with them after which a happy little message pops up, thanking you for your prayer.
The app is both for ios and android users, people around the globe can post prayers in distinct languages for various events like job, marriage, kids, health and basically anything you think god could help you with.
The app is free to download and use, however, it does have a donate button, ClickToPray.org lets you donate to keep ClickToPray free and working.
But the question arises whether “this app can really entice people towards religion’? Well, only time can answer this question.