Fr. David Cybulski and Erin Paul share about Eucharistic adoration for children in the Archdiocese of Detroit.
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“Across the Archdiocese of Detroit, parishes are responding to Jesus’s call to “let the little children come to me” (Luke 18:16) by giving young ones and their parents opportunities to be close to Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament. These holy hours — or, more realistically, holy half hours — aren’t your typical time of adoration. Children are invited to sit close to Jesus in the monstrance and ask questions. Music is played, and moderators hand out booklets for children to color or write in. Every step is explained, and most importantly, the joyful noises of babies and squirming young ones are welcome and expected. These times of prayer introduce children and their parents to the importance of Eucharistic adoration, said Fr. David Cybulski of St. Isaac Jogues in St. Clair Shores.”
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