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Image caption The "eRosary" is activated by making the sign of a cross. The Vatican is hoping to pull in tech-savvy youngsters with the launch of an "eRosary" bracelet. The gadget, which costs $109 (£85), can be worn as a bracelet and is activated by making the sign of a cross. It is connected to the "Click to Pray eRosary" app, which is designed to help Catholic users pray for world peace and contemplate the gospel. The app tracks a user's progress, and contains visual and audio explanations of the rosary. The traditional rosary is used to aid prayer and meditation. Its beads are counted as prayers are recited. Users can choose from three ways of praying. There is the standard rosary, a contemplative rosary or a thematic rosary. Full story

17 October

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