These posts are mom-to-mom, as I am not a theologian. I do not make the time to do a proper job with writing, so most of these posts will be written in a casual blog style, not a publication-worthy style.
PART ONE: Introductory Information
PART TWO: Prerequisites for Parents
PART THREE: Setting the StageThe Most Important Lesson for Parents - This was not a part of the original presentation on Children & Prayer, but shares a revelation about how I went wrong and where I need to go now.
PART FOUR: Activities/Practices/LessonsYou are your child's spiritual director- Meeting your child's spiritual needs based on his temperament.
The Quiet Game - Finding ways to practice being quiet; hoping it will spill over into other areas.
Children and Mass in the EF - Another take on forming children in the practice of silence.
Teaching Chant to Children - Because anything is better than my CCD experience of "I'd like to teach the world to sing in perfect harmony . . ." Ahem!
Celebrating ALL of Christmas - A post about the Christmas Season through Candlemas
Worksheet Printables for Quick & Easy Lessons
PART FIVE: Reflections on Children & Prayer Issues* At the End of Solitude - Reflections for adults, but applicable to older children.
* Faith & Feelings - Preparing children for when prayer no longer causes good feelings. Spiritual dryness.
* The Most Important Lesson for Parents - Because it is so important, I'm listing it here, too.
PART SIX: Beyond the Blog* It's the book on children and prayer that I wished I'd written. But I'm so glad that it was written at the capable hands of Connie Rossini. Why you need this book. Highlights from this book. Click on the "buying options" link for more of Connie's books, including the guide to determining your child's temperament.
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