The pope’s first wearable is a $110 rosary that tracks your prayers

Think of it as a Fitbit for your spiritual health.

One hundred and sixty years before the advent of social media, the Pope’s Worldwide Prayer Network existed as a system of millions of Catholics from across the globe, all crying for a singular purpose. In the modern age, it has progressed right alongside technology: Now you are able to literally see that network on Google Maps. The Vatican has its own video department that rivers meanings from the pope himself. And an offshoot announced Click to Pray literally gives you click to pray. The website lists starts that the pope has seen a priority, and much like Facebook’s Like button, you can tap it to add your devotion to a creek. In short, the Vatican has billed full speed into the future when it comes to adopting tech.

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