One rural Nebraska priest named Ryan Kaup hopes to capitalize on his parish’s sudden fame as a Pokéstop, reported Catholic News Agency on July 11. He said he’s contemplating installing a sign to welcome Pokémon players.

Anytime we have an encounter with another human being it is an opportunity for evangelization. Cristo Rey being a Pokéstop brings people to our doors who never would have come otherwise…I’m toying with the idea of putting up a sign outside that says ‘Pokéstop. Come in and say hello!’ or something along those lines.

Any chance we get to share the Gospel is a good thing.

Pokémon Go’s developer originally used crowdsourcing to designate locations in an earlier version of the game. Quartz has reached out to Niantic to inquire about its policy on using sacred spots and places of worships in the game design and will update this post with any relevant information.

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