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About This Project

CLIENT: Pope’s Worldwide Prayer Network (Apostleship of Prayer).

PROJECT: The Pope’s Worldwide Prayer Network celebrated 175 years of its birth as the Apostleship of Prayer and 10 years since the beginning of the process of recreation of this service of the Holy See, approved by Pope Francis in 2014.

From La Machi Communication for Good Causes, we carried out the communication and part of the organization of the celebration event, for which we developed a website, live transmission, videos, print ads, programs of the event, press campaign, banners and other materials that were fundamental for the diffusion of this international event that gathered more than 5,000 people from all over the world in Rome during 2 full days.



United in a mission of compassion for the world. From its beginnings, the Apostleship of Prayer, now configured as the Pope’s Worldwide Prayer Network, proposes a way of compassion for the world.

The Way of the Heart. The “Way of the Heart” is a formation itinerary of the Pope’s Worldwide Prayer Network which opens us up to a mission of compassion for the world.

Pope’s Worldwide Prayer Network. The Pope’s Worldwide Prayer Network has as its mission to mobilize Christians for prayer and action for the challenges of humanity and the mission of the Church.

Apostolic Readiness. The Pope’s Worldwide Prayer Network invites you to place your life at the disposition of the mission of Christ, just as when the Lord called his disciples to “put out into the deep: and “let down your nets.”

Eucharistic Youth Movement. The EYM is an international movement of Christian formation for children and young adults from 5 to 25 years of age that proposes to them to live in the style of Jesus, growing in friendship with him in a “heart-to-heart” relationship.

How may I participate in the Pope’s Worldwide Prayer Network? The Pope’s Worldwide Prayer Network offers you several ways to participate. Praying for the intentions of Pope Francis and uniting yourself to the monthly days of prayer on the first Fridays of each month, individually or with your community or parish.