Catholic liturgy is a rich language composed of music, words, silence, objects, natural elements, movements, postures, gestures, and ritual actions. Each of these elements serves to open our hearts, minds and bodies to the presence of God, allowing us to participate deeply in the mystery we celebrate. In the liturgy, we express what we believe, just as our body language expresses what we mean.
Join other members of our community as we explore the signs and symbols of the liturgy in prayerful, participative reflections, recognizing the role of the human senses in our liturgical prayer. Through poetry, music, movement and interaction with the symbols of the liturgy, we will discover the connections between Mass and our daily lives.
Please make plans now to attend Friday, March 6th from 6:30pm - 8:30pm. All ages are welcome; separate reflection groups will be available for children in grades 1-5, middle school, and high school youth.
Childcare is also available with an RSVP by Wednesday, March 4, to the Parish Office. Call (952)-890-0045 with the names and ages of your children.