Rosary prayer

Altar Servers of St Joseph hold the Zoom Rosary Prayer

During the pandemic, all churches remain closed, but with the help of technology, many activities can be carried out. Altar Servers at St Joseph come together online at least once a week to remember that they are “prayer leaders” and continue to serve GOD despite the pandemic.

June 05, 2021

A screenshot of altar servers praying the rosary via Zoom

By John Deho
Pope Francis was quoted recently speaking to 9,000 altar servers: “Serving at the altar is a privileged way to come closer to Jesus, which in turn ‘allows you to open up to others, to walk together, to set challenging goals and find the strength to achieve them.

During the pandemic, all churches remain closed, but with the help of technology, many activities can be carried out. Altar Servers at St Joseph come together online at least once a week to remember that they are “prayer leaders” and continue to serve GOD despite the pandemic.

One of the activities they do online is praying the rosary. Although they cannot meet, they continue to support each other and that is the beauty of being an altar server.

Let’s keep praying for the pandemic to end.––Today’s Catholic