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Helping people fall in love with the Mass, the One who instituted it, and the Church He founded
Helping people fall in love with the Mass, the One who instituted it, and the Church He founded

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A family vacation to a dude ranch was spectacular. Only one thing prevented it from being perfect. My wife encapsulated it in a four-word phrase. Read this week’s MassExplained newsletter to find out and see if you’ve encountered the same.

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Working on a new flash card app to help teach Catholic vocabulary words primarily to children, but adults may benefit too! It also has a bunch of fun games. Take a look at the features and sign up to know when it's available (for both iOS and Android phones and tablets) www.CatholicWords.com
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What do you do if Jesus falls? From straws to spoons to cloths to special sinks, this week's post explores what the Church has done through the ages to help prevent the falling of the Blessed Sacrament.

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How can a dead bird help teach the Mass to children? Plus, I'd like to introduce Fr. Alejandro. Here's this week's newsletter.

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Did you ever want your own priest? Well, now you can. I uploaded a priest paper doll activity I designed and illustrated to help teach the names of the priest's vestments to children. Also included is a short story/play of Fr. Alejandro's first Mass. This is a great summertime activity to help instill a love and reverence for the Mass! Print for free and please share this link! Available in English y Español.

http://www.massexplained.com/kids-mass-crafts-3/
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C'mon, we've all done it. For months you sing a song you've heard on the radio time and time again. One day, you hear it come on and Google the lyrics. To your surprise, the actual lyrics have absolutely nothing in common with the ones you've crafted for yourself. When I decided to dig deeper into one of the songs from my youth, the lyrics turned out to be very Catholic.

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Happy Shavu’ot! Happy what!? Read this week's newsletter to find out.

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In this week's newsletter I admit that I crossed the line at Mass.

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