Pinoy kids in Papua New Guinea hold Rosary rally
PORT MORESBY, Papua New Guinea – Some Filipino children had a Rosary rally with 200 children in a depressed area in the capital city of Papua New Guinea on May 28.
Elizabeth Saludaga Leofando of the Couples for Christ Foundation for Family Life based in the country led the Rosary brigade. She brought her young children Juliana and Jobelle to the area, who gave a 2-3 minute-sharing about “Why we need Mama Mary?” and “Why we pray the Rosary”.
Jobelle said in her sharing: “Each time we pray the Rosary, it is like we are giving Mama Mary a ‘garden of roses’.”
After the talks, they had community singing of Catholic songs. Saludaga shared to CBCPNews in Filipino: “I am the happiest seeing these children. I was even crying during our worship with these children.”
“It relieves you from exhaustion, especially if you are stressed at work,” Saludaga was quoted saying. CBCPNews