Billions of Christians around the world are in the midst of Holy Week observances in the run-up to Easter. Many of these rituals have been in place for centuries.
But how does an ancient faith adapt to the age of the internet, social networks, and smartphones?
So far, the answer is “slowly.”
But a pair of New Hampshire entrepreneurs hope they can speed up the process.
It’s fitting that the idea for a prayer-based social network came to Jamie Coughlin and his brother Adam while they were parked on a pew at Mass.