Hallow Prayer App Launches Holy Spirit Series Featuring Franciscan University President

May 15, 2024

STEUBENVILLE, OH—The Catholic prayer and meditation app Hallow announced a new daily series on the Holy Spirit featuring Franciscan University of Steubenville President Father Dave Pivonka, TOR ’89.

In “Daily Holy Spirit,” Father Pivonka offers 90 days of short, prayerful reflections on the power of the Holy Spirit. The first episode released on Wednesday, May 15, in anticipation of Pentecost Sunday, which commemorates the descent of the Holy Spirit upon Christ’s Apostles and disciples; a new episode will be released daily.

“I’m thrilled to share the new Daily Holy Spirit content from Father Dave on the app,” said Hallow CEO and co-founder Alex Jones. “It was incredible content to hear him record, and we’re honored to get to continue to deepen our partnership with Franciscan. It truly is a light on the hill for our Church, and I can’t wait to share more of its beauty and spirituality with the broader Hallow community.”

Last year, Father Pivonka was featured on Hallow with his series about the life and spirituality of St. Francis of Assisi as part of the app’s “Saints in 7 Days.”

With over 18 million downloads in more than 150 countries, Hallow has quickly become the world’s most popular prayer app, and it became the first-ever prayer app to reach No. 1 in Apple’s App Store in the United States.

Since 2022, Franciscan University has partnered with Hallow as a Champion University partner. Through this partnership, Franciscan University students, faculty, and staff receive free premium access to Hallow and its wide-ranging audio library of Catholic faith-based meditations and prayers.

Directions for downloading the Hallow app can be found here.

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