192: Making the Mass Meaningful for Our Kids (w/ Heidi Witte)

192: Making the Mass Meaningful for Our Kids (w/ Heidi Witte) February 15, 2023

In this episode, I’m joined  Heidi Witte, aka Miss Heidi, from Children’s Liturgy of the Word, to talk about just about everything to do with raising our kids Catholic.

For this listener-requested topic, we tackle bringing kids to Mass, passing on the faith, creating a domestic church within our homes, celebrating the liturgical calendar and feast days, praying as a family, and a whole bunch of other incredible insights, ideas, and tools for not only making the Mass meaningful but for helping us to raise our kids Catholic.

Heidi is an educator, a mom, a speaker, and an bonafide expert on making the Catholic faith intelligible and meaningful for children. She has a lot to share.

For more from Heidi check out her Linktree. And, for a huge list of resources Heidi has generously compiled for our listeners click here.

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