COVID restrictions have changed how many people attend worship, and have significantly boosted digital attendance across denominations. Cloned, County Meath, Ireland resident Nancy Stewart, 107, has been in lockdown since March. The centenarian and her granddaughter have set a goal of making a digital pilgrimage to every Mass in Ireland while socially distancing.
They are attending Mass services across the 32 counties on the island from the comfort of their own kitchen.
Louise said that because they have been shielding for so long together, she is constantly trying to find “different ways of keeping granny entertained”.
She said that when she asks Nancy if she wants to watch Mass her “eyes light up like I’d just given her a million euros”.
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