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February 25, 2007


Alice, I am so excited! I decided several weeks ago to teach this to my dc (and an abbreviated version to my CCD class). It will be so great to know that you are teaching right along with us!

The joy and the wonder that I feel about this project is almost overwhelming. We start today, and I can hardly wait. Thank you so much for creating this unit and sharing it with all of us. You are a true wonder in our community.

I'm so happy you are doing this again...I know it will be even more special this year.

My son and I are going to be working through this project through Lent. Thanks so much for posting it here and at 4Real.

Thanks so much for sharing this inspiring material. I have one practical question, though -- how do the children fare at such a late Mass? I can't imagine my gang (aged 6, 4 and 3) making it until 11.30 pm...

I was just looking through the plans for Lent at the yahoo group last night and I thought I remembered looking at this also?

Looking forward to your sharing.

I can't thank you enough, dear friends.

Elizabeth, I do not take the little ones to the Easter Vigil--only about ages 7 and up will come with me. I had three companions two years ago--this year, I will have four. Time marches on!

Theresa, you probably saw my Easter Vigil files. I am a moderator of CCM, and I uploaded them there two years ago to assist mothers working on the project.

Thank you for these plans, Alice. I am not always sure what to include in our notebook.

Thank you so much Alice for putting it all together here. I am very exited about this project!

Thank you, Alice! You truly enrich our home by sharing all of your wonderful ideas. I hope to have a Lenten Tea this year.

Thanks Alice -- much appreciated here!! It's so much easier to follow a veteran's plan on preparing my children for Easter!! ;)

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