When I Was a Child: Children's Interpretations of First Communion

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appendix a
Structured Interview Questions for Parents and Catechists
1. What’s your birth date?
2. Where were you born?
3. How long have you lived in North Carolina?
4. How long have you been attending Holy Cross/Blessed Sacrament?
5. Which Mass do you attend?
6. Are you involved in any parish organizations?
7. What year did you receive your First Communion?
8. In which parish? In what city?
9. What do you remember about it?
10. How was your First Communion different from your child’s?
11. How was it similar?
12. How do you think he/she felt about participating in the Sacrament as he/she was preparing for it?
13. How do you think he/she feels about receiving the Sacrament now?
14. What aspects of the First Communion class do you feel were most effective? Why?
15. What would you change about the classes if you taught them?
16. What did you want your child to learn from First Communion?
17. How did you feel about the attire?
18. What did your child wear?
19. Why did you pick that suit/dress rather than another one?
20. What did you wear for your First Communion?
21. Did anyone else wear it before or after? Do you have any pictures?
22. Overall, how would you describe your child’s First Communion?
23. Is there something I forgot to ask that you think is important for me to know?
24. Would you like me to send you copies anytime I use any information from this interview in print?

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