Richard Challoner School

Let us be attentive: Active participation in Mass

"Probably all of us have had the experience of finding ourselves halfway through a meal and realizing that we hadn't been paying attention to what we were eating: how it tasted, how it went down, or even necessarily what it was. Sometimes even with things I gave up for Lent, like my favorite tea, I can easily gulp down without really attending to how good it is. For some reason that usually doesn't happen if I go out to eat. Maybe it's partly because at a restaurant people often ask each other "How's your dinner?" Even if they don't, hopefully the server comes by and asks how everything is."

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