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All Schools Mass

Today, our 3rd-8th grade students went to the Catholic Pastoral Center for All Schools Mass in Nashville.  They had the privilege to hear Bishop J. Mark Spalding, the new Diocese of Nashville Bishop.  It will be the first time most of them have ever had the opportunity to celebrate mass with a bishop.

Children’s Mass

3-4 Gr Mass, 102915This morning, the 3rd & 4th grades led the Children’s Mass.  They did a wonderful job, especially with leading us in song.  Each week, a different class leads the Children’s Mass on Thursdays.  If you have never been to one of our Children’s Mass, you are truly missing out on a wonderful blessing.  You will be amazed with, not only how great these students actively participate, but with how well mannered they are.  They may only sit still this one time throughout the day, but it’s a time that truly counts.

Children’s Mass

1st & 2nd Gr MassThis morning the 1st and 2nd grade class lead the Children’s Mass.  It was the first time the 1st grade participated in leading.  As you can imagine, they were a little nervous, but did great!  The young ladies sang really well as they led us in worship and the young men did a good job reading and carrying the gifts.  Parents and grandparents were very proud as they listened and watched their little one lead in a very special way this morning in Mass.

Children’s Thanksgiving Mass

Children's Thanksgiving MassOne of the most precious sites you will ever see is a child praising and serving the Lord.  This is what we saw this morning in our Children’s Thanksgiving Mass.  Although we regularly have Children’s Mass on Thursdays, this was a special mass because it involved children of all ages and not just a specific grade.  Our pre-kindergarteners carried the gifts in worship, the kindergarten sang a song of thanksgiving and the rest lifted Him up with readings, psalms and petitions.  Father Luckas asked the children during Mass what they thought when they heard the word “Thanksgiving”.  Many responded with family, being able to live in America, and eating turkey!  We are very blessed here, not only at Sacred Heart School, but in America where we are free to worship.