STA. ROSA City, Laguna, Oct. 19, 2015 – Current and aspiring online missionaries of God (OMGs) can now make use of a mobile application (app) created specifically as a spiritual tool for all who want to win souls for Jesus.
“We evangelize not only the “unchurched” but also Catholics who want a deeper relationship with God,” shared Kent Sitaca, who talked about “One Touch,” the “evangelization app” he developed, on Day 2 of the recent 4th Catholic Social Media Summit (CSMSv4.0).
Among others, One Touch features daily Gospel readings, daily reflections, prayer requests, daily inspirational quotes, and prayer songs.
Sitaca noted that people who experience anxiety, anger, who are in love or feel “friendzoned,” can rest assured the app always has something inspiring to offer them.
“Social media is all over. Why not use technology to enhance our own spiritual walk with the Lord?” he asked.
According to him, the Lord Himself initiated the project, which he developed with the help of a community of disciples and mission called “Ligaya ng Panginoon.”
Sitaca expresses hope that social media enthusiasts like delegates of CSMSv4.0 will find inspiration in the app, and take advantage of its many benefits to make others inspired as well.
One Touch is now available in Google Play and App Store.
Organized by YouthPinoy (YP), in tandem with Areopagus Communications and the Diocese of San Pablo, CSMS is an annual gathering of current and aspiring online evangelists from different schools, youth organizations, and arch/dioceses of the Philippines, who want to win more souls for Christ through the intelligent and responsible use of social media.
CSMSv4.0, its fourth and latest successful installment held at the Sta. Rosa City Hall Auditorium, Sta. Rosa City, Laguna, from Oct. 10 to 11 adopted the theme “Plugged-in,” and was attended by hundreds of delegates from the various arch/dioceses.
The summit drew inspiration from Pope Francis’ homily at the Manila Cathedral on “networks of solidarity” as well as St. Paul’s message in Romans 15:16 “that all may be one voice in glorifying God.” (Trizia Marie Castrillo with reports from Raymond A. Sebastián / CBCP News)