The Ten Secrets of Training Children for Mass
Steve Wood *Available in CD
A baptized baby is a member of the Catholic Church, and members are welcome at Mass!
Every Christian parent of young children has been there: you pull into the Church parking lot on Sunday morning with your small children in the back seat, and you breathe a prayer that it'll be a "good week" in the behavior department. You feel nervous and stressed, because little children are noisy and rambunctious, and Church is a quiet, prayerful place.
So you open your car door, unbuckle car seat belts, remind your kids to be quiet and good, and you walk up the Church steps with the faith that God understands your struggle and rejoices in the presence of little ones...even loud little ones.
Training children to behave in Mass can feel like a daunting task to any parent. That's why Steve Wood created his latest CD: 10 Secrets for Training Children for Mass. All of the 10 secrets are good, but some of them are crucial. By far the biggest and most important secret is secret #2: “The worst place to train your children for Mass is at Mass.”
When you apply secret #2 and train the kids for Mass during the week, you’re not just training them for Mass but also for life. Kids who’ve been trained to behave properly at Mass will also behave properly in a restaurant, in a grocery store, and in other public situations.
When children act up in these public situations, it’s embarrassing for the parents. But that embarrassment can be avoided by applying Steve Wood's "secret #2", and others, in their daily lives.
This recording is a "must-have" for every Catholic parent - especially those who have infants, toddlers, and small children. Steve's strategies are practical, doable, and will lead to training success.
"Best advice in the whole world. It works. No more need to reprimand or give a glance in their direction. It's amazing it's so simple." -- Annie