Pope Francis introduces ‘Click to Pray’ app to unite Catholics

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Pope Francis introduced an app on Sunday called “Click to Pray,” which allows the world’s 1.3 billion Roman Catholics to join him in prayer.

The app was revealed during the pope’s Angelus address on Sunday.

The Holy Father said the intention of the app is to connect CAtholics around the world, so they can share prayers through their smartphones.

The app, available for Android and iOS, will include “pope’s monthly prayer intentions, all of the mysteries of the rosary, and daily prayers for morning, afternoon, and night,” according to the Catholic News Agency.

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