Vatican launches $110 'click to pray' wearable rosary

Vatican launches $110 ‘click to pray’ wearable rosary


The Vatican is planning to draw in technically knowledgeable youths to the Catholic Church with the dispatch of a “Tick to Pray” eRosary – a wearable gadget associated with a portable application that is initiated by making the indication of the cross.

The gadget – which can be worn as an arm jewelery – is comprised of 10 back to back dark agate and hematite rosary dabs, in addition to an information putting away “brilliant cross.” Once initiated, the wearer can implore the standard rosary, an insightful rosary or a topical rosary, which will be refreshed consistently. The gadget shows progress all through every supplication and monitors every rosary finished.

The Vatican says the device — part of the Pope’s Worldwide Prayer Network — is designed as a tech-based teaching tool for learning “how to pray the rosary for peace in the world.” The corresponding app features personalized religious content, as well as health tracking info gleaned from the bracelet. It’s on sale now for 99 Euros ($110/£85).