This week, we have been discussing responses and how important they are in the Catholic faith.
We talked about when and why we say litanies and what they mean, and spent some reflective time creating stained glass windows, which we decorated with popular responses.
Join us in prayer.
Loving God, in the midst of our daily lives, we remember. We remember, O God. As we worry about getting to stay up late, having to share our room, or needing a bigger closet to hold all of our toys, we remember children who don’t have a room, a place to sleep, or even a shelter to call home. We remember, O God.
As we worry about buying name-brand clothes, sports shoes, compact discs, and computer games, we remember families who have no money to buy clothes, shoes, music, or toys. We remember, O God.
As we worry about taking out the bins, doing the dishes and getting told off, we remember kids who have been abused, abandoned, or don’t have a family to call their own. We remember, O God.
As we worry about homework, taking quizzes, and turning in science projects, we remember children who don’t have a school, pencils, papers, books, or other opportunities to learn. We remember, O God.
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