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Hallow is a Catholic app for prayer and meditation that helps users deepen their relationship with God through audio-guided contemplative prayer. Some people refer to it as the “Headspace/Calm, for Catholics.”

There are 2 “versions” or “sections” to Hallow: one that includes permanently free content (not associated with the limited-term “free trial”) and one that is a paid subscription

Hallow Lite: This is the free section and includes meditations on the Daily Gospel (updated every day), plus the Rosary (the daily mystery), Divine Mercy Chaplet, Examen, Spiritual Writing, and Christian Meditation sessions for free. Each of these comes with a choice of two guides, three length options, two background music options, the journal feature, prayer reminder options, goal setting and tracking. Users also have access to all of our Guest Sessions, and Minute Meditation sessions for free.

Hallow Plus: This is the paid version and includes additional sections in the app (Challenges, Praylists, and Sleep) and is how we afford to continue to develop new content. We don’t sell any ads and we don’t sell any of our user data so the subscription price goes directly to support our awesome team members that have quit their jobs to help build a world-class prayer resource. $8.99 per month if billed monthly 59.99 per year (i.e., effectively $5 per month) if billed annually. You test out the paid version during a completely free trial period, during which you can cancel at any time and never be charged. The free trial period varies in length depending on the time of year but is currently 14 days. 

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