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Liturgy of the Word…through the experience of children

God enters deeply into our human experience with such profound simplicity in ways that catch us by surprise.  Often, I marvel at the insights children share of their understanding of God’s Word.  Our conversations of “breaking open” the Scriptures have provided many teachable moments of God’s presence in our lives. Whether it’s in the SCORE classroom, in the car driving

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Being Catholic…Being Church

WK 5 Our kids know about belonging. Sunday’s lesson created that opening for the children to call out the different communities in which they belong: Family! Soccer team! Scouts! Neighborhood! School! Church!  All these communities are significant and inform their faith formation.  The one community we focused on in particular was belonging to a CHURCH, our St. Nicholas parish community. 

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