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tjme addressing their short attention span and the lT.i time usually available for meaningful'disc.rssior-r. :d Children are opery uncomplicated ancl direct. Help and encourage them to discover an interpretation for them_ selves, and always respect whatevei views they might express. Their fresh interpretation can often produce valuable new insights and understanding among adults. a_im to keep the discussior-, si-ile and uncom_ lt*uyr. plicated. It is far better to make one good point clearly and well than to lose three or four in Jog of uncertarntv and con[usionl ,s.ame

Activity Liturgy is action ancl sr.mbol; it speaks to the rvhole person and inr.olves all the senses: sight, touch, sound, taste and smell. Some oi the actir.itres iuggested pror_icle

an opportunlty to meet Jesus and respond to him personal\ young peop1",, u,r.ur"r-,"r, through praver. ot their ind.ividual spirituatity can-be developed ar_rc1 deepened through meditativ; prayer and relaxation,

guided visualisation, music and prayerful silence. activity ideas should be used as they stand or -The adapted to suit your own particular g.o.rp and their needs. Use them to promote understaniing and ciiscus_ sion, an-d to help you to think of other ideas"and sugges_ tions of your own. Vary the media you work with as much as you can within the constiaints of the time available and the numbers you have to work with.

It is important both for the chjldren and the adult

congregation alike that their activity efforts are displayed where they can be seen and appreciated by alt, i, ti,"y are called by Christ to share the Gospel message witi.r the world in which they live.

Intercession All liturgy

is prayer and it is right that such celebrations should conclude with a time oflntercession when young

people learn to make room in their hearts and lives for the needs of others. Children share in the prayer at their own level. They learn to adopt pattern anj structure nafurally, and have an opportunitv to experience different expressions of praying with parents, leader" and helpers who should be encouraged to share their own prayer_ lives during such celebrations. Children may need patient guidance to learn how to gather their thoughts to meditate briefly or to pray to Cod in their hearts. Short intervals of silence foster reflectiveness and allow the children to feel comfortable r^.-ith the silence we need to hear God speaking to his people through the power of the Holy Splrit. fhe petitions are invitations to pray (made to the Father through the Son, in the power of the Spirit), and conclude with a

general expression of trust in God,s goodness. Use the

prayers as written or adapt them as necessary to make them vour on'n. Encourage and help the children to any relevant petitions in the iniercessory prayers ]lclud: that might arise from their orvn reflection and discussion. Abor.e all, remember to ,pray, the prayers rather than simply 5aying lhe words.

Music Music expresses and highlights liturgical action. It can be used to praise God in the Gloria" to welcome the Gospel, to highlight a particular season or teast, or simply as an expression of prayer. Movements and actions can readily be created to help the children to take the meaning o{ songs to heart. Making your own instruments to provide accompaniment encourages

active and enjoyable participation by children and

adults alikel A selection of recorded music can be used very effectively to create an appropriate atmosphere for prayer,, and many popular modern songs have powerful lyrics that can be used to help promote.-relevurlt dir.rr_ sion and encourage understanding.


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