Leading Catholic children’s podcast available immediately on Hallow.
CHICAGO, Nov. 1, 2023 – Saints Alive, the leading Catholic podcast for kids, is joining forces with Hallow.
All episodes of the popular children’s audio dramas are available immediately on Hallow, and future episodes also will publish on Hallow, the No. 1 prayer app.
The Saints Alive podcast captured the top prize for in 2022 OSV Institute for Catholic Innovation Challenge
Melissa and Alex Dee, who created Saints Alive with Tanner Kalina, will continue to produce the radio theater show, which has spotlighted saints such as St. Mother Teresa, St. Ignatius of Loyola and St. Therese of Lisieux.
“Since the beginning, the mission of Saints Alive has been to inspire the next generation through truth and beauty,” said Melissa Dee, co-creator of Saints Alive. “We’re thrilled to join the Hallow family and continue helping children come to know God through the beautiful and very real lives of saints.”
The Saints Alive podcast is the latest prayer resource on Hallow specifically for children and their parents.
In September, Hallow announced the launch of Kids’ Prayers, Curriculum and Daily Virtue, aimed at children in second through fifth grade.
Hallow already offers a daily “Guess That Saint” trivia series for children of all ages as well as athlete prayers popular with teens.
The Bedtime Prayers offering for kids helps children develop a habit of nightly prayer with simple night time reflections and meditations.
Saints Alive episodes further bolster the library of prayer resources for children that Hallow offers. The latest Saints Alive episode features St. Pope John Paul II and is available now.
Hallow helps people deepen their relationship with God through audio-guided prayers, sleep meditations, Bible readings, meditations, and music. The app has more than 10,000 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 #1 Catholic app in the world and has been downloaded 10 million times and used to pray over 300 million times across 150-plus countries.
Stephen Spiewak, Hallow