I know when I went to the Catholic church I was comfortable, but my kids were not, and they were bored. They fought with me too go...One out of 4 of my kids liked it.
Now they look forward too it, each child is diffrent. So I am speaking of my own children. I know at bible study, I feel at ease, like everyone is helpful and trying to show me the way. Am I there yet no, but I am nervouse at first going in but when I leave I am so happy I did it. Could that be feeling God????
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Answer by Zoeyis at 6:38 AM on Nov. 19, 2010
I just thought of something that might help your kids. If they are reading age, you can find a gospel activity at http://new.catholicmom.com/category/sundays-gospel/. Prior to going to Mass, sometimes I print out a crossword gospel activity from that website, have the kids read the gospel for that day, then figure out the crossword puzzle. It's fun for them. Sometimes they want to bring the crossword w/ them, and when it's time for the gospel to be read, I tell them it's time. So they straighten up and REALLY pay attention. They think it's neat that they have already read it before everyone else.
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