STEUBENVILLE, Ohio—Franciscan University of Steubenville has partnered with Hallow, a Catholic prayer and meditation app, to provide the University community with premium prayer content to help deepen their spiritual lives.
Through the new partnership, current Franciscan University students, faculty, and staff receive free premium access to Hallow and its wide-ranging audio library of Catholic faith-based meditations and prayers. University alumni and Steubenville Conferences’ participants will also benefit from special offers to access Hallow.
“We are excited to be the premier Catholic university to partner with Hallow. This exclusive partnership provides an excellent new resource for our students, employees, and friends to foster prayer and grow in their relationship with Jesus Christ as his joyful disciples,” said Franciscan University President Father Dave Pivonka, TOR. “The beautiful, faith-filled content is an inspiring tool for Lent and beyond.”
As part of the partnership, Father Pivonka also will create resources on Franciscan spirituality that will be exclusively available on Hallow.
“We’re incredibly humbled to be able to partner with one of the leading Catholic universities in the world and to help share the power of prayer and the Church’s spirituality with the Franciscan community,” said Hallow CEO and Co-Founder Alex Jones.
Hallow helps people deepen their relationship with God through audio-guided prayers, sleep meditations, Bible readings, meditations, and music. The app has over 3,000 sessions including a daily Rosary, daily Gospel, daily saint, novenas, examens, Father Mike Schmitz’s Bible in a Year, The Chosen’s Jonathan Roumie’s audio Bible, Bishop Barron’s Sunday Sermons, peaceful Christian music, Gregorian chant, and so much more. Launched in December 2018, Hallow is now the number one Catholic app in the world with over 40 million prayers completed across 150-plus countries.