Battlefield Step-by-Step Holy Hour Rosary

- when churches close its doors, we can pray the Holy Hour right outside as the Church becomes the Tabernacle -




Pray the Rosary & let us unite at the foot of the Cross!

"Go, make disciples of all nations, baptizing them into the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit."

(Matt 28:19)

Detail: Our Lady of Sorrows, unknown, Italian School, ca. 18th c. The Art of Christianity Collection. AP00051.

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Eucharistic Adoration


Holy Hour


The vision we share within our Step-by-Step Rosary community is positive. We are all realistic and believes that the year 2021 will a rough year for many people. 


Therefore, we need to the best we can to give Hope, Love and Charity to as many people as possible and instead of seeing a Church door being locked - we see it as an opportunity for us to pray.


Become aware of God's presence!

Our vision is that we ought to treat the entire Church  building as a Tabernacle, in worst case that you are not allowed to enter the Church door. Pray on your knees on the stairs up to the Church. If not on the stairs, be on the ground in front of it, and pray. 

Be more than one person, keep the distance to allow each person to focus. 


If you are allowed to enter the Church door to pray, hopefully you can pray in front of the Tabernacle. If not, and you are on the inside, you know where the Tabernacle is located.

  • Pray for an hour infront of the Eucharist!
  • Pray an hour in adoration of the Eucharist!
  • Pray the Rosary in front of the Eucharist!



This is a wonderful way to deepen your relationship with Jesus Christ.

It is especially powerful to adore Jesus in the Eucharist.


In the presence of the Eucharist, we pray to the power and sacrifice that it represents — the body of Jesus, who gave His life so that we may live.


The Eucharist adoration is in silence so even if you are in a group, you are non-verbal.


We need more Rosary prayers!



If you are not allowed to be outside your own door,

pray the Rosary, that you soon will!


Our Rosary prayers are with you!


Our Lady of Loreto, patron of another extended jubilee year, pray for us.