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Young Children and the New Roman Missal
Young Children and the New Roman Missal
Young Children and the New Roman Missal
Young Children and the New Roman Missal
Young Children and the New Roman Missal
Young Children and the New Roman Missal
Young Children and the New Roman Missal
Young Children and the New Roman Missal
Young Children and the New Roman Missal
Young Children and the New Roman Missal
Young Children and the New Roman Missal
Young Children and the New Roman Missal
Young Children and the New Roman Missal
Young Children and the New Roman Missal
Young Children and the New Roman Missal
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Young Children and the New Roman Missal

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Presentation for Catechists on how to instruct Catholic children on the changes in the Mass. …

Presentation for Catechists on how to instruct Catholic children on the changes in the Mass.

Video at slide 10 is
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5_YwOYi6vf4

Video at slide 11 is http://vimeo.com/25418061

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  • 1. Joyce DonahueCatechetical Associate, Diocese of Joliet
  • 2. First: Prepare YourselfStudy the changesBe prepared to present them accuratelyChoose a positive attitude toward change
  • 3. How do you deal with change?
  • 4. Children and ChangeMay involve expressed emotionFears of instabilityNeed for trusted adult change- agent
  • 5. DifferencesPre-first communion – for most this is NOT about changePost-first communion they are not all in the same place
  • 6. Post-First CommunionUpset – if they regularly go to Mass and know their responsesClueless – probably seldom go to Mass – it’s no big deal to themDon’t Care – never go to Mass - this is irrelevant.
  • 7. Knowing the Mass Is a matter of Catholic Identity Missal is opportunity to deepen their understanding” + of the Mass + of the Eucharist + of the Universal Church and their role in it as members
  • 8. Where to startExplain what the Missal isTalk about what the “translation” isDescribe the Church – the universal Roman Catholic Church around the world
  • 9. What is the Missal?
  • 10. The Universal Church
  • 11. Learning “By Heart”RepetitionSongsWork sheets – word puzzles, etc
  • 12. The Changes Greeting Penitential Rite Gloria Creed Preface dialog “May the Lord accept…” “Lord, I am not worthy…” “Holy, Holy, Holy” Memorial Acclamations http://old.usccb.org/romanmissal/samples-people.shtml
  • 13. You are not in this alone…. Parents Your parish catechetical leader (DRE) Your parish liturgy/music minsters Your pastor The whole English-speaking Church

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