I always enjoy the photos and videos of young boy playing Mass.  Children are naturally liturgical.

Of course Holy Church breathes with both lungs, East and West.

This is terrific.  “Divine Liturgy” according to the young.


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  1. mo7 says:

    I wish I had taken pictures when my boys did this.

  2. teomatteo says:

    I can remember my brothers and I used the piano bench as an altar and a vase as the chalice. My guess is if we used something for the thurble it would have been swung around our heads in top speed to be released at my brother concelebrating ; )

  3. gheg says:

    The mom in the video is singing the Hymn of Resurrection from Matins:

    Having beheld the Resurrection of Christ, let us worship the holy Lord Jesus, the only sinless one. We venerate Thy cross, O Christ, and Thy holy Resurrection we praise and glorify. For Thou art our God, and we know none other than Thee. We call on Thy name. O come, all ye faithful, let us venerate Christ’s holy Resurrection. For behold, through the cross joy hath come into all the world. Ever blessing the Lord, we praise his Resurrection: for by enduring the cross, he hath slain death by death.

  4. Kids soak up what they see and take part in, like a sponge. This is living proof. I had to tear up because I am expecting my first great grandchild, Grayson Gabriel, and I can just imagine him doing what these young children are doing. When his mommy was about two or three she would go to the hearth and kneel down in front of the Blessed Mother on the mantle and lay her head on her hands and pray like the children of Fatima in the movie she would watch. I was blessed to be able to take a photo of her doing so.

  5. JesusFreak84 says:

    Praying God preserves these little guys and safeguards their vocations, whatever those vocations may be <3

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