Build a Daily Prayer Habit With Hallow

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    Daily Gospel & Rosary

    Meditate on the Church’s Daily Gospel passage through Lectio Divina and pray through the daily mysteries of the Rosary with our audio guided sessions.

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    Pray with Night Prayer, reflect with Examen, meditate on the Litany of Humility, the Psalms, the Saints and many more.

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    Build your own custom prayer plan across difference methods, lengths, guides, music, change & themes. Pray your own way.

    Bishop Rhoades

    “Hallow is an excellent resource for people searching for deeper spiritual lives, especially the younger generation of Catholics today. It helps make clear that a relationship with God is and can be extremely personal and can be a great source of peace, joy, and strength.”

    Most Reverend Bishop Kevin C. Rhoades (Bishop of Fort Wayne-South Bend)
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    Engage with your parish families outside of Sundays. Help them ground their faith lives in a personal relationship with Christ through contemplative prayer.