Thursday, July 21, 2016

Is your parish playing Pokemon?

Diocese of Green Bay promotes "Pokevangelization"
Father David Miloscia in St. Louis shows young people the game of
Pokemon Go on his phone. (Photo: Lisa Johnston, St. Louis Review / CNS)
Pokemon Go, part scavenger hunt and part virtual reality game, has become wildly popular since its release July 6. Within a week, 21 million people were collecting Pokemon, competing, and leveling up thanks to a new app on their phones.

Now, the Diocese of Green Bay in Wisconsin has released a primer suggesting how to engage Pokemon Go players on church doorsteps. Find out what they mean about "Pokevangelism" here!

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