NCEA Partner, Hallow, Offers Members Exclusive Subscription and Assessment Benefits
Hallow is a Catholic resource that can be used both inside and outside of the classroom.
Leesburg, VA – The National Catholic Educational Association (NCEA) announces Hallow, a new member benefit. NCEA partner Hallow is an audio-guided prayer, music resources and meditation app for faith-based people who want to build a habit of prayer. Hallow supports the spiritual and mental health of teachers, staff and students alike and tallies to date more than 100 million prayers prayed, 1 billion minutes spent in prayer in 150-plus countries.
Hallow is offering NCEA members an exclusive 15 percent discount for all Hallow resources, including:
- Individual educator subscriptions.
- “Hallow for Schools” program, which includes individual Hallow subscriptions for all faculty, staff and students, as well as guided lesson plans for teachers, physical prayer materials for classrooms, benefits for parents, and Hallow-led engagement events for schools.
- Diocese-wide implementations of the “Hallow for Schools” program.
Hallow has partnered with NCEA to assist schools and parishes on the backend of IFG and ACRE reporting. These Hallow resources will provide your community with the actionable tools they need to ensure the entire community is one steeped in prayer.
Lincoln Snyder, NCEA President/CEO, said "Catholic school educators are always looking for excellent resources to help build a prayerful culture in their schools. We hear from teachers and leaders across the country that they use and love Hallow. Clearly what they are doing is working. I am grateful that we can help make Hallow affordable and accessible to all of our members."
Alessandro DiSanto, co-founder at Hallow, recently said about this NCEA membership endeavor, “Catholic education has long played a critical role in the health of the Church and society at large. We are extremely excited to be able to support this important work through our partnership with NCEA. In today’s world, teachers and students alike are plagued with rising levels of anxiety and their faith is under increasing attack. Our hope is that we are able to play a small role in strengthening their mental and spiritual health by helping them build a personal relationship with God and putting that relationship at the center of their lives.”
Hallow content is 100 percent authentically Catholic and designed to help people deepen their relationship with God through audio-guided prayers, sleep meditations, Bible readings, meditations and music. With more than 5,000 sessions, the app includes a daily Rosary, daily Gospel, daily saint, novenas, examens, Father Mike Schmitz’s Bible in a Year, The Chosen's Jonathan Roumie’s audio Bible, Bishop Barron’s Sunday Sermons, peaceful Christian music, Gregorian chant and so much more.
For more information on Hallow visit https://hallow.com/.
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