Students Use Technology to Create and Pray the Virtual Rosary at Montgomery Catholic

Students Use Technology to Create and Pray the Virtual Rosary at Montgomery Catholic 1

During Computer classes at Montgomery Catholic’s St. Bede Campus using the software Kidpix, every student in the school (K-6) illustrated one of the prayers or mysteries that correspond with each bead of the Rosary. Students then exported their artwork as a jpeg and they were embedded into a PowerPoint presentation. Our Rosary consists of four different presentations, one for each of the different sets of mysteries for a total of 320 slides. This year we’ve added a picture of a rosary on each slide with the correct bead colored in to help the students follow along.

This is the third year Mrs. Ruth Glenboski has helped students create the Virtual Rosary and it has become a very special Lenten tradition at Montgomery Catholic’s St. Bede Campus. During Lent, one decade is prayed daily in every classroom beginning with the Joyful Mysteries and continuing through the life of Jesus. Each child has also been given their own Rosary that was blessed during the Ash Wednesday School Mass.

You can pray this Rosary with us by going to www.rglenboski.wordpress.com and clicking on the Inspiration Station Tab on the top of the website.

Pictured, Mrs. Rutland’s first grade class prays the Virtual Rosary created by the students of Montgomery Catholic Preparatory School’s St. Bede Campus.

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