Hallow and the Diocese of Orange are teaming up to strengthen the prayer lives of the Catholics across Southern California.
The Diocese of Orange, home to 1.3 Million Catholics, is helping to bring Hallow, the No. 1 Catholic meditation app, to its parishioners this fall.
To celebrate this partnership, Hallow is launching a contest to give away $10,000 to one parish in the Diocese of Orange.
Between October 1 and December 31, the parish in the Diocese of Orange responsible for the most individuals to complete three or more prayers in the Hallow app will win the prize.
Parishioners can share their parish’s sign-up code with friends and family, even if they are not members of the parish, and their prayers will count towards the parish whose code they used to sign up for Hallow.
Sign-up codes are available at hallow.com/orangediocese by parish. Parishes can reach out to Hallow for more information and materials to promote participation among their parishioners, by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Additionally, for every person who signs up, Hallow will donate 10% of the proceeds back to the parish and another 10% to the Diocese of Orange.
A more vibrant parish prayer life coupled with financial support makes this a win-win for Catholic churches in cities like Santa Ana, Anaheim, Irvine, and more.
With hundreds of prayers and meditations, including Fr. Mike Schmitz’s Bible in a Year series, Hallow helps Catholics across Orange County and around the world deepen their prayer lives and reflect on the Gospel outside of Mass.
Learn more about Hallow for communities to see how Hallow supports parishes, schools, and other organizations.