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#1 Catholic App 'Hallow' Now Features Bishop Barron's Stations of the Cross Meditations, Rosary Prayer Series, and Weekly Sermons
World's most popular Catholic prayer and meditation app partners with Bishop Barron's Word on Fire Catholic Ministries to distribute powerful spiritual content

Word on Fire Catholic Ministries
May 25, 2021

IRVING, Texas, May 25, 2021 /Standard Newswire/ -- Word on Fire Catholic Ministries and Hallow are pleased to announce a new partnership. Starting on Tuesday, May 25th, users of the Hallow app can listen to Bishop Barron's weekly Sunday Sermons, his Stations of the Cross meditations, and his Rosary prayer series.

Hallow is a faith-based meditation app for prayer and Catholic spirituality. It is the number one Catholic app in the world, and allows users to set prayer goals and reminders, add meditative background music or sounds (such as Gregorian chant or church bells), create groups to share reflections and intentions, and journal their thoughts during prayer.

Hallow features over one thousand prayers and meditations, an intuitive interface, and a growing list of inspirational guest contributors (such as Fr. Mike Schmitz, Jackie Francois Angel, and Jonathan Roumie) which now includes Bishop Robert Barron. Hallow users can now listen to the Bishop's preaching on the Sunday Mass readings; join him in praying the Joyful, Sorrowful, Glorious, and Luminous Mysteries of the Rosary; and reflect on the fourteen Stations of the Cross.

Users can learn more and start listening to Bishop Barron's reflections at

Word on Fire Catholic Ministries ( exists to support the evangelization efforts of Bishop Robert Barron by drawing people into the Body of Christ, which is the Church, and thereby giving them access to all the gifts that Jesus wants his people to enjoy. To be most effective in this mission, Word on Fire places an emphasis and urgency on the use of contemporary forms of media and innovative communication technologies.

SOURCE Word on Fire Catholic Ministries

CONTACT: Will Sipling, Communications Director, 866-928-1237,

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