Mass Reflections
Dear Parents,
The Mass by its very nature, is a profoundly personal and living experience. When Catholics enter a church for Mass, they have a immediate personal contact with other believers and the priest-celebrant even if they don't know any of them. Most important of all, a person's participation at Mass culminates with the personal reception of Holy Communion, an act that can never occur through even the most sophisticated technology. Part of our Religious Education Program is that attending Mass is required. Every child will be required to turn in Mass Reflection per week.

The goal of a Mass Reflection is to help engage your family with what is going on during the Mass through making faith connections to our daily lives. After discussing your family's experience, please answer these questions and turn in, as per the requirements of our programs.

God Bless,
Debbie Schurko, Parish Catechetical Leader
St. Francis of Assisi Cathedral
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Email *
Student's Name *
Grade *
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Date of Mass *
Name of Church Attended *
Who was the celebrant at Mass? *
How did you attend Mass *
What Liturgical Season is It? *
Name a part of the Mass that you enjoyed participating in. Why did you like that part of the Mass? How does it help you feel close to God? *
Remember Something you heard at Mass(in song, a reading, a word, a prayer, or the message) that you like. Write it here *
Was there anything about the Mass you did not understand or that was confusing? *
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