Pray Every Day this Advent

Join Liam Neeson and Jonathan Roumie in the Advent Pray25 Challenge praying every day leading up to Christmas on Hallow, the #1 prayer app in the world.

I need this app. It's put quiet, prayerful time with God back in my life.
I can tell already that this is going to be the most moving, impactful, life-changing Advent season of my life.
If anyone wants to start a prayer life, this is the way to go. I went from not praying at all to praying twice a day.
I hate quoting an old, over-used cliche, but I've been very lost. And I think for the first time in a while I may be found.
Hallow has changed my life and my marriage.
My experience with Hallow so far has revolutionized my prayer life.


Pray with the reading from the daily Gospel each morning in just 5, 10, or 15 minutes


Fall asleep with sleep Bible stories from Fr. Mike Schmitz, Jonathan Roumie, or Night Prayer from the Liturgy of the Hours


Meditate on scripture with the daily Rosary on your way to work, with your morning coffee, or as you go about your day

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Let God bring you His peace with the Calm Praylist, Daily Gospel, Rosary, & Night Prayer

Pray Your Way.

Choose from 10,000+ sessions, 5-30 minute lengths, 3 guides, and 9 background music options including Gregorian chant

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Hallow App Bishop Rhoades

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Most Reverend Bishop Kevin C. Rhoades (Bishop of Fort Wayne-South Bend)
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