Wednesday, March 9, 2016

Friar converts Albigensians in new computer game

Dominicans find fun ways to attract young people to prayer vigil
A screenshot from the game shows a Dominican friar jumping as he tries to convert heretics. Photo.
Dominican friars in Washington, D.C., have come up with a new computer game to invite more people to a prayer vigil at St. Dominic's Parish March 12.

Users playing the one-level game can collect the Summa Theologica, convert heretics, RSVP for the Passiontide vigil, and just have some fun!

Passiontide, now its second year, is an event that helps prepare the faithful for Holy Week with Scripture readings, Lenten chants, preaching, and a candle-lit procession. Find out more here.

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