Your Quinceañera Mass holds special significance, blending tradition, spirituality, and the joy of reaching a milestone. Here's what to expect during this special religious ceremony:
Mass in church: The celebration kicks off with a "Misa de acción de gracias", expressing gratitude for your journey, growth, and the support of family and friends.
Entrance with Symbolic Items: Accompanied by parents, godparents, or the Quince court, you'll enter carrying symbolic items. Traditionally, it's the 'last doll,' representing your transition from childhood to womanhood, later exchanged for a bouquet gifted to the church.
Sermon on Faith and Virtue: The priest will share thoughts on faith, virtue, and your new role in the church community, prompting reflection on these values in your life.
Family Participation: Family members may read passages from the Bible, adding a personal touch to the Mass and highlighting family unity in supporting your spiritual journey.
Blessings: Anticipate the priest blessing special items like a rosary, Bible, and other gifts, turning them into cherished mementos.
Coronation Ceremony: A standout moment is the coronation ceremony, where your mother or godmother places a tiara on your head, symbolizing your elevated status and responsibilities in the community."