I refer you to my post, Multiplicity of Masses (or How Many Permutations are Possible in the NO?).
From One Peter Five
A few months ago, when my family was cleaning out some old books, I came across my mid- 1980s glossy gold First Communion textbook. The book held such promise within its covers. Surely, it provided a glimpse of the treasures of our faith within its pages: Our Lord coming to us in the Eucharist, what happens during the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, and the requirements for us to receive Holy Communion worthily. Alas, all I found when I opened the dusty cover were chapters with titles like “It’s About Belonging,” “It’s About Celebrating,” and “It’s About Sharing a Meal.” There were a lot of questions designed to put the child at the center of the Mass-as-a-family-meal, with no room left at the table for Jesus.