Resources for getting young Catholics ready for Mass changes
Life Teen's CatholicYouthMinistry.com blog is encouraging those who work in youth ministry to embrace the catechetical opportunities relating to the implementation of the revised Roman Missal.
"[F]or the young people we serve, this will be the first major liturgical change they have ever experienced. As youth ministers and Core Members, it is our privilege to walk with them and help them grow in understanding and love of the Holy Mass," writes Lisa Epperson on the blog.
She also details the resources Life Teen will offer relating to the changes:
Soon here on CatholicYouthMinistry.com there is a section specifically dedicated to the new Roman Missal. It will contain blogs and videos for music ministers, liturgical ministers, youth ministers and Core Members. New content will continue to be added to this section throughout the year.
The May Life Support box will include both a written resource about the Mass and the new Roman Missal. It can be used as a weekend retreat for teens or a Life Night “mini-series” in the fall. It will also include a session for Core Members and parents.
The May Life Support box will also include a DVD resource that will supplement the written resource. It will walk through some of the changes in the new Missal and why they changed. This can be used with parents, Core Members and teens.
The September Life Support box will feature a small booklet for teens that will walk through some of the new words and phrases heard in the new Missal. It will provide short, insightful explanations of the phrases – what they mean and where they came from.