Wishing you a blessed 5th Sunday of Lent!
Invite children to watch this special Children’s Liturgy of the Word. Thanks to Heidi and Mark from Christ the King Church in South Bend, Indiana, for sharing this with us.
Feel free to share this video with your children or parish. Pflaum’s Children Celebrate children’s leaflet for this week is included in the video comments (and below). Please share!
We’ve embedded the video below, but it can also be found via YOUTUBE here. This video is suitable for all ages.
See other links below that may help you share this Children’s Liturgy of the Word for the 5th Sunday of Lent.
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Free downloadable “Make Sacrifices For Others” coloring page available at https://linktr.ee/kidsliturgy *If you would like to share your child’s weekly coloring pages or faith-based drawings, please e-mail them to email@example.com by Tuesday at 9 p.m. EST, and we will try to feature them in next week’s video.*
This video (and future videos) will air on the CatholicTV channel every Sunday at 8:30 a.m. and 6 pm EST.
It will also re-air on Monday at 7:30 am and Wednesday at 8 am EST.
“Go Now And Listen To God’s Word,” “Serving Each Other ,” “Glory and Praise to You Lord Jesus Christ,” “Yes, Lord, I Believe,” Music: John Burland 2020, “God’s Love Is,” “My Shepherd,” and “Building God’s Kingdom.” Copyright © 2020 John Burland (Ovation Music Services). Distributed exclusively by Bayard Music, a division of Bayard, Inc.
Script written with help from the Children Celebrate Leader’s Guide Spring 2021 from Pflaum Publishing Group, a division of Bayard, Inc.
Colored illustrations from Living with Christ Sunday Missal for Young Catholics ©Marcelino Truong/Bayard.
Additional artwork by Evelyn Berry.
Additional editing by Ryan Witte.
Public domain photos and video from these sites: Pexels.com, Pixabay.com, Smithsonian Open Access, Unsplash.com, and Wikimedia Commons.
A special thanks to Pflaum Publishing Group for their generosity in sharing their resources with our children during this pandemic.
Check out new perks and help us continue our ministry by making a one-time donation through our 30-day Indiegogo Campaign. Visit https://igg.me/at/kidsliturgy for more information, and please spread the word!
Now available on Pflaum Publishing Group’s YouTube Channel–a new free video to help prepare your child(ren) for the season of Lent! Join Catholic composer, John Burland, and myself for a new sing-a-long special called “Songs to Journey with Jesus during Lent.” This free children’s video introduces children to the season of Lent and invites children to sing along to some of John’s special songs for this prayerful liturgical season. (Brought to you by Pflaum Publishing Group) https://youtu.be/V4hbrOc9cpA
Now available for download! We have been blessed by the gift of John Burland’s lovely Children’s Liturgy dismissal song, “Go Now and Listen to God’s Word.” This beautiful call-and-response song is available for download at www.Giamusic.com and sheet music is now available at bayardfaithresources.com!
John Burland has just released a new liturgical music collection for schools and parishes, called Gathered as Your People Lord, available on Amazon Music, Spotify, and other streaming channels.You can also purchase his CDs at bayardfaithresources.com, or go to giamusic.com for MP3 downloads.
Continuing to produce our program has become increasingly challenging for us. Since March, my husband Mark and I have been producing and sharing our free 30 minute Children’s Liturgy videos in response to the coronavirus pandemic. Please support us by becoming a patron at https://www.patreon.com/kidsliturgy .
Thank you for sharing your children with us this weekend! May God bless you and your families in this New Year, and may He keep you safe and well. See you next Sunday!
This video was produced by Heidi and Mark Witte (parishioners of Christ the King Catholic Church in South Bend, Indiana).
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