The Vatican presented a digital rosary in October, 2019, to help pray for world peace. It's a device activated with the Sign of the Cross. It can be connected to a cellphone via Bluetooth, and it is linked to an app.
Pope’s Worldwide Prayer Network
“There are many ways (to pray the rosary); this is one among others. It’s not the only one. This is more for young people who want to learn how to pray and who don’t really know how. It is a way to remind you to pray because it reminds you three times a day. It also has all the prayers in Click to Pray.”
JUAN DELLA TORRE
CEO and Founder of La Machi Communication
“I never imagined this innovation could work for such an old prayer, so loved by the Church. We did it without sacrificing its richness nor tradition.”
The app is called “Click to Pray eRosary.” What many people don't know is it can be very useful even without the famous digital rosary.
The app offers three rosary modes: standard, contemplative and thematic. It helps the user stay on track with music and reflections.
It also keeps track of the number of rosaries prayed and the amount of time dedicated to the prayer.
The app also offers three daily texts for personal prayer, in the morning, afternoon and night. Previously published texts can also be accessed.
“Click to Pray eRosary” can be downloaded free from the App Store and the Play Store. Its ultimate objective is to bring young people closer to the rosary, the oldest and most useful Marian tradition.
Translation: Claudia Torres