The Channel is a “Glorious Sisterhood”

The YouTube prayer channel started during Covid that’s causing a stir online, and has quickly become a source of solace for fans of the show.

“She is praying for everyone. For those that have lost their parents especially, she’s praying for them,” said a fan on Twitter.

So far, the channel counts more than 250,000 subscribers, the BBC reports.

“I love this time in a pandemic where we’re taking care of each other, and that’s so beautiful,” the woman said.

Fans have expressed their happiness on social media.

“When we had to cancel our family dinner for a week, my mom gave me some words of wisdom,” said one woman who has recorded more than 150 videos.

“I was really scared. I was thinking about how the virus would affect my family and I was really scared,” she said. “Then my mom told me to not worry, because whatever happens, happens.”

Another fan recorded a video of her mother’s face as her voice says: “I am here for you.”


A second video shared by the woman shows her sitting on a park bench.

“Please God, let things go well, let me get better,” her voice says in the video. “Keep me strong in your will, just in case,” she adds. “I know there is a good chance I’ll get better, and so will you.”

“I am so grateful that she came to my rescue,” the woman said. “I have no words.”

“Thank you for your words,” she said in one video.


Some have compared the channel to a “glorious sisterhood,” with its members all struggling with something.

“I have a lot of friends that had to cancel visits with their families,” one woman said. “I feel very lucky to have met her.”

More than 200,000 people have been tested for the coronavirus in Toronto alone, with the number in other cities like New York and Washington state increasing.

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