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Old Jun 25, '12, 8:45 pm
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Default "Loud Kids in Mass" (an article)

This article gives advice for parents with crying children at mass-and for the other people there at mass then.
see http://marysaggies.blogspot.com/2012...s-in-mass.html
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Old Jun 25, '12, 8:58 pm
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Thanks for sharing that. As a father of four, this is always a difficult juggling act.
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Old Jun 25, '12, 9:51 pm
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Not bad.

What has worked best for my family is when the other parishioners step in.

Some days my kids can't sit together w/o distracting each other; but when they go sit with older couples, they are angels. (Usually).

Also, often parishioners magically show up mid-tantrum with a bauble, or paper with crayons. Often, all it takes is a little distraction from the tantrum to head it off.

I can not tell you all how grateful I am for the wise parishioners who have all: been there; done that.
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Old Jun 25, '12, 10:37 pm
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That should be how it is, other people helping. We are a community of Christians. Those who complain aren't helping, and makes matters worse.
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Old Jun 25, '12, 11:04 pm
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Original article brought to you by St. Mary's Student Catholic Center at Texas A&M University, THE University IN Texas.

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