Every Sunday, we go to Mass to pray with our family, friends, and members of our parish. Going to Mass is the most important thing we do as Catholic Christians. Mass gives us time to praise God and to thank him for all the blessings in our life, to hear his Word, and to receive the Body and Blood of Christ. Going to Mass helps us to become better people. This booklet explains the meaning of the Mass and will help you understand why going to Mass on Sunday is so important for our faith.
Children will learn:
- Why Mass is important
- What Catholics believe about Christ
- The parts of the Mass
- Why we stand, kneel, sing, and listen
- Prayers, responses, and acclamations
- Vocabulary Words
- How Mass helps us to be more like Jesus
From Mass to Mission may be used with children from grade three to six in the classroom and with parents. This booklet is filled with fun activities, illustrations, photographs, and simple explanations. An accompanying leader’s guide for teachers and catechists is available.
- Product Code: FMMC
- ISBN: 978-1-61671-298-3
- Author: Joyce Donahue
- Size: 5 3/8 x 8 3/8
- Pages: 48
- Language: English
- Copyright: 2016
- 12 Pieces Per Package
Care of your book
A little bit of care will help preserve your book for years to come. Wiping with a soft, clean cloth will take care of most dirt. A leather edition will be best preserved if occasionally treated with a suitable leather conditioner.
Serving the Catholic Community for Over 50 YearsEstablished by the Archdiocese of Chicago in 1964, LTP promotes the liturgical formation of the faithful called for by the Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy of the Second Vatican Council. Liturgy Training Publications is a premier publisher of liturgical and pastoral materials in English and Spanish. Dedicated to developing resources for the assembly, clergy, liturgical ministers, and all who study the liturgy, LTP produces books, videos, workshops, and other training materials so all the faithful may “become thoroughly imbued with the spirit and power of the liturgy” (SC, 14).