Contact: Deacon Charles Wright x This program is offered during the am Sunday Mass from the Fall through the Spring for children ages Pre-K through 3rd grade. The Liturgy of the Word celebrations are intended to form children in the liturgical language of the Church, nourish and guide their spiritual growth, and to immerse them in the Word in ways that they understand. The full structure is:. The atmosphere is geared to children and is warm and welcoming.
Catholic Adult Confirmation. Liturgy of the Word for Children. What is it? Any child in this age group may participate - no registration is necessary. What exactly do they do?
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By Christopher Walker. More than psalm responses and gospel acclamations for Advent, Christmas, Lent, Easter, Ordinary Time and major feasts. Chris Walker uses a variety of musical styles to reflect the mood of the readings for each Sunday-call and response, rounds, responses with verses, songs that include clapping or finger-snaps and others. The songs are written to be sung unaccompanied, but accompaniments can add color and support the singing. Recommended for ages Music used in worship, particularly during the Liturgy of the Word, helps to articulate a heartfelt response to the word of God. It unifies the assembly, making the words of Scripture memorable and giving a joyful feeling to the celebration. This is especially true for celebrations with children.
The children do what the rest of the community does. They hear the scriptures proclaimed and applied to contemporary life and respond in various ways. It is an experience of prayer, of dialogue with God. The approved book of readings is the Lectionary for Masses with Children. Its simplified language does not talk down to children but places unfamiliar words and expressions in a context which helps them understand their meaning.