Tomorrow, my sweet baby, we will go to see God. Where will we see Him?
When we arrive at the church, we will see the red sanctuary lamp burning, which tells us that our Lord is present in the tabernacle. Seeing this, we will genuflect as we enter the church as a gesture of reverence because we are coming into the presence of God.
The tabernacle is on the altar, which is also Christ. That is why the altar wears vestments, which will be green tomorrow.
You will look around at all the other people in the church. They are made in the image and likeness of God.
The priest, also, is another Christ, and he will wear vestments to match the altar. When he speaks the words of consecration, he will speak the words of Jesus, in the person of Jesus. When he touches the host, it is because his hands have been anointed and consecrated for the service of our Lord. His hands are the hands of Christ.
During the beginning of Mass, before you fall asleep, you will look around at the stations of the Cross on the walls of the church. These are images of the passion of Christ.
After the consecration, the priest will lift up the host so that we can see it. That is Jesus.
After Mass, as I kneel behind the back pew making my thanksgiving for Communion, I will hold you as you sleep. You also are made in the image and likeness of God.