First Eucharist

EYES & EARS

 

February 4/5, 2017

EYES:  What color vestment is the Priest wearing today?

EARS:  Listen to the Gospel.   To what two things does Jesus say we are like?

 

February 11/12, 2017

EYES:  What are people carrying in the entrance Procession?

EARS:  What was the song sung during Holy Communion?

 

February 18/19, 2017

EYES:  What color is the Book of Gospels that is placed on the altar at the beginning of Mass?

EARS:  What one word do we sing before the Gospel?

 

February 25/26, 2017

EYES:  How many candles are lit in the Church today? 

EARS:  What is the name of someone sitting in front of you?

 

March 4-5, 2017

EYES:  Name as many of the special Lenten decorations that you see.

EARS:  In the Gospel, how long does Jesus fast in the desert?

 

March 11-12, 2017

EYES:  How many servers helped the priest wash his hands?

EARS:  Write down one interesting thing you heard in the homily today (or in the children’s chapel – CLOW).

 

March 18-19, 2017

EYES:  Find the statue of St. Joseph.  Besides Baby Jesus, what is he holding?

EARS:  What instruments are being played to accompany our singing today?

 

March 25-26, 2017

EYES:  What symbols are on the front of  the tabernacle?

EARS:  Listen to the greeting.  Which Sunday of the Church Year do we celebrate today?

 

April 1-2, 2017 

EYES:  Name 3 things you see in the stained glass window behind the altar.

EARS:  Listen to the Gospel story.    What was the name of Jesus’ friend who died?

 

April 8-9, 2017 

  EYES:  How many jars of oil are on the wall to the right side of the altar? 

  EARS:  What is the name of the priest celebrating your Mass?

 

April 15-16, 2017 

  EYES:  How is the church/MPR decorated differently this Sunday? 

  EARS:  In the Gospel story, who was the first person to see the empty tomb of Jesus?

 

April 22-23, 2017 

  EYES:  Describe/draw the symbols on the big Paschal/Easter Candle. 

  EARS:  Count how many times you sing “ALLELUIA” at Mass today.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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