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Convenient confessions for the Catholic on the go.

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Blurb

Cler.gy is a confession app for Catholics coming soon to the iOS App Store.

As a modern Catholic on-the-go, it can sometimes be difficult to find time for Confession. Cler.gy is convenient platform for the Sacrament of Penance & Reconciliation. Simply press a button and be connected to an ordained Catholic priest ready to hear your confession!

Features

  • Full confidentiality
    Cler.gy's partner priests are bound by the Seal of Confession and will never reveal anything learned from confession

  • Manuals of Confession
    An interactive guide will help you to recall your sins before the confession, and will guide you through the sacrament as its happening

  • Pick-a-Priest™
    Choose who you confess to from our list of ordained priests!

  • Sin Tracker
    Log your sins as you commit them

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Cler.gy confession with Digifessional screen
Cler.gy Pick-A-Priest™
Cler.gy Sin Tracker
Cler.gy Manuals of Confession

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About

Daniel - Co-Founder

Daniel

Daniel was born and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio. He attended The Community of the Good Shepherd, where he was baptized and received First Communion. His favorite part of service is singing the hymns, which he sings as a sonorous bass. He eagerly looked forward to Donut Sunday, and was overjoyed when it became a weekly occurrence.

He moved to San Francisco in 2014, and is excited to bring Catholicism to the on-demand generation with Cler.gy.

Andrew - Co-Founder

Andrew

Andrew hails from Southern Louisiana, growing up as both a Catholic and technologist. His earliest memories of finding the faith were by discovering and printing out directions to various Catholic destinations on MapQuest for his family's Sunday outings.

After brief stints in Hawaii and Idaho, he moved to San Francisco in 2013 and has since become laser-focused on using the internet to bring the Catholic Church into the digital age.