Canisius Pilgrim Pass

the app for the Jesuit Pilgrimage



For: Android & IOS

Published: 02/13/2021

Type: Pilgrimage-App

Genre: Lifestyle

Target audience: Jesuits, Pilgrims


For smartphones …


The Canisius Pilgrim Pass is a game app for the digital pilgrimage through Europe and the USA. The avatar Petrus Canisius guides you through the different pilgrimage sites. There is interesting information, pictures and videos for each of these places. In addition, you can prove your knowledge through various mini-games about the places and people. From station to station, you can complete your pilgrimage passport with stamps to get all the country stamps. In addition, you can outdo your fellow pilgrims in the high score by acting cleverly and quickly in order to get 1st place in the ranking. In your prayer corner you will find your spiritual diary to record your spirituality in the form of entries and share them on Facebook. Furthermore, you can be reminded of your daily prayer time and learn background information about the life story of Peter Canisus.

About Canisius Pilgrim Pass

The Canisius Pilgrim Pass was commissioned by the IHS Jesuits in Central Europe. The app was realised with the partners of the consulting agency MDG, the agency for digital signundsinn, the social media consultancy Tacsy GmbH and the publication by TELLUX next GmbH. QM Game Consulting was responsible for the development and producing.




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