There's too much distraction, addiction, and loneliness in men today, even good Catholic men. Now more than ever, the Church needs more from her men. Exodus 90 is a spiritual exercise for the renewal of the Church. It's a challenging 90-day period of prayer and asceticism, supported by a fraternity of like-minded men. Here's how it works:
I. Prayer: Closer to Jesus Christ - You will journey through the book of Exodus and commit to 20-60 minutes of silent prayer each day. Each morning you will receive a passage from scripture and a meditation to guide your prayer.
II. Asceticism: Self- Mastery -We cannot say “yes” to God until we have said “no” to the world and its comforts. During Exodus 90, you will return to the Church’s ancient (and largely lost) tradition of asceticism.
III. Fraternity: A Small Group - You’ll invite other men from your community to journey with you. You will meet at least one time each week for an in-person fraternity meeting. The simple structure allows for prayer, accountability, and mutual encouragement.
IV. 90 Days: A Concrete Roadmap - Exodus 90 is your concrete and actionable roadmap for prayer, penance, and fraternity. The 90-day benchmark is not an arbitrary number. That’s the period it takes to re-learn the satisfaction of self-mastery and freedom.
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My Best Self
It seems counterintuitive, but living without all these human comforts actually opens me up to others and gives me incredible joy. I couldn’t believe how much time I actually have in a day when I’m not wasting it watching TV. It’s not easy, but it’s well worth the effort and time.
Also, starting every morning with a holy hour and ending with an Examen has brought me closer to the Lord than I’ve ever been. It’s changed the way I think and feel about people throughout the day in an enormous way. I actually notice a big difference in myself when I don’t pray in a day. God’s grace is REAL and very potent. I’ve grown deeper in my relationship with Christ through this spiritual exercise and have reaped the fruits of his love for me.
This is my second time doing it. The last time after day 91, I noticed that as much as I tried to keep the disciplines I tapered off from them over time. I recommend doing this 90 day cleanse at least once a year. I might even start doing it for Lent and Advent ever year. It’s a great way to prepare yourself to receive the Lord on great feast days! This way you “move the needle” a bit each time you do it until you’ve molded your life around Jesus permanently. Keeping the fraternity is a good idea too, but I feel like that’s easier said than done. I guess I’ll find out soon. God bless!
Intuitive UI, Clean Design, Incredibly Useful
Having been through Exodus 90 once before with the book, I was highly skeptical about using an app this time around. To my surprise, the app was not only more convenient than the book but it truly helped our fraternity stay more accountable throughout the spiritual exercise—and in turn, made the entire experience more fruitful.
I love how the app simplifies every part of the journey—communication/accountability with the fraternity, daily readings and meditations, and notes for personal reflection. And as someone who works in marketing for a living I’m quite picky (read highly critical) about UI, aesthetic design, and functionality of apps. I can’t believe how intuitive and clean this app is; especially for a small nonprofit. It’s truly incredible what the Exodus 90 team has created and I can’t wait for additional features to be released!
Beyond the app, the journey through Exodus 90 has truly been life changing. It’s been years since I’ve had a fraternity like my Exodus group and I owe my thanks to this organization.
Very decent App with good UI and functionality
Overall a very solid app. This is my second time though Ex90 and have discovered a few things that you could consider for future improvement:
1) Consider adding an “email” option or text for each person. Similar to Flocknote. We had one guy that only communicated by email vs text. Also, although unprecedented, have the ability to do group calls maybe?
2) The overall “How are you” thumbs up, neutral or down is great. One other thing to really hold accountability would be to have a simple Habit Tracker type interface for each discipline. I’ve notice when weekly mtgs come around men forget how well or not they really did with various disciplines. Also something I would use regularly after Ex90.
3) I’m not sure why, but both of my Ex90 the guys have suggested using different texting apps; one just the iPhone messaging, and the other was telegram. Not sure why, but something to look into.
Developer Response ,
Thank you for the review. This constructive feedback is helpful as we look to improve what we have to offer. I will bring all of these up with the team. Thanks again!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.