This post originally appeared as a guest blog I wrote for The Thin Place. You can find the original posts here:
Part 1: Teaching Kids to Pray: A Catholic Perspective.
Part 2: Teaching Kids to Pray: Common Catholic Prayers.
As Christian parents, we long to see our children embrace the faith we hold so dear to our hearts.
We teach them about Jesus and about
the Bible. We help them learn about the virtues. We have them memorize daily
prayers and, as they grow, study theology.
But most of all, we want them to
have something deeper than a collection of facts and information.
We want our kids to love Jesus
with all their hearts. To have a meaningful and vibrant relationship with
Continue reading “Teaching Kids to Pray the Catholic Way”
Today, my God, I don’t ask you for anything. I just want to be with You and adore You in Your majesty.
God, You are beautiful in creation.
Your design is amazing. From the intricate details of the tiniest bug to the great design of the entire universe, Your plan is incredible.
How did you think of so many beautiful things to fill such a blank canvas? You are infinitely creative. Continue reading “A Prayer of Praise to the Holy Trinity”
Jesus waits in the Tabernacle, saying, “Let the little children come to me.” Bring your kids to Mass and Adoration!
I could almost feel the disapproving glares of the parishioners behind me burning holes in the back of my head, but I didn’t dare turn and look.
Continue reading “Why (And How) to Bring Your Kids to Adoration”