Vatican Unveils P5600 ‘Click to Pray’ Wearable Rosary
VATICAN – The Vatican announced the launch of the P5600 “Click to Pray” eRosary device that can be worn as a bracelet.
There are over 1 billion Roman Catholics in the world. It is also the oldest and the largest religion. The leader is the Bishop of Rome, known as the pope.
Pope Francis is the current pope. He has done several changes in the church. Last year, he declared easier and no payment of process of annulment.
Based on a report from CNN, Vatican announced the launch of the wearable smart device to pray the rosary. It is called the “Click to Pray eRosary.”
The devotees can wear the app-driven device as a bracelet. They just have to make a sign of a cross to activate the eRosary.
Roman Catholics who wear the bracelet can choose between three options to pray: Standard Rosary, Contemplative Rosary and Thematic Rosary. The prayers will be updated every year.
Aside from that, the eRosary also show the wearers’ progress throughout each prayer and tracks if the rosary is completed.
The “Click to Pray eRosary” is also a way of the roman Catholic church to reach the youth. According to a report from Vatican, the device “serves as a tool for learning how to pray for peace in the world.” It is available to buy now for $110 or P5,600.
The Vatican has announced the launch of the “Click to Pray eRosary.”
Users activate it by making the sign of the cross, and then can choose between three options to pray. The $110 device keeps track of progress through prayers. https://t.co/jeolCd7aPv
— CNN (@CNN) October 20, 2019
Lots of netizens air their reaction to the smart device to pray the rosary. Here are some of their comments on the post:
@KatzPmann: “this pope is awesome. he does all kinds of weird modern things”
@Cowries: “This is another money grabbing scheme. The richest religious establishment on the planet wants to charge £85 for a something they could hand out free of charge”
@factCQ: “So this way the vatican, firstly, can track the family and know how many active Catholics there are”
@nailchick523: “Why spend the $110. When you can do it for free. Most of us are already doing this without reaching for our wallets.”
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