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Children’s Liturgy of the Word

What Is Children’s Liturgy of the Word?

Led by Volunteers of Christ the King, this is an opportunity for children to hear the Word of God proclaimed using words and signs that are adapted to a child’s stage of faith development.

Why Should Anyone Attend Children’s Liturgy of the Word?

Children can participate in the introductory rites of the Mass with their family, leave before the first reading, and return to their parents for the Liturgy of the Eucharist.

Who Attends Children’s Liturgy of the Word?

Children who are 4 years old to third graders.

Where Is This Being Held?

Inside the Church. 

When Is Children’s Liturgy of the Word?

On Sundays during 9 am Mass. 

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