When preparing and celebrating religious rituals with children in Catholic schools, teachers need to reflect thoughtfully and prayerfully on the planning process and ritual structure to be used. In choosing the ritual’s theme and its specific elements (prayers, readings, songs
Advent; Christmas; Lent; Easter; Pentecost; Spirit; Trinity; Justice and Peace; Healing; Remembrance;
Join us in this prayer for the journey of healing that we all must go on. This prayer is by the National and Torres Strait Islander Ecumenical Commission (www.ncca.org.au/natsiec). Used with permission.
The rosary is a powerful spiritual tool for meditation. While meditation grows in popularity as a means to better mental, physical, and spiritual health, many people, including many Catholics, overlook the rosary as a meditative tool. It is sometimes seen
Fuel is the essential daily companion to following Jesus and growing in your Catholic faith. Seamlessly designed and refreshingly simple, gain insights from reflections on the daily readings, explore the complete Catholic Bible, watch inspiring talks, or journey through one
Together at One Altar is an excellent resource for school aged children to develop their formation in the Eucharist and assist their full active conscious participation in its celebration.
“Our aim is to inspire and equip churches to serve the spiritual and pastoral life of their local school communities. We believe that prayer spaces are a fantastic way to get started.” Phil Togwell Week-long prayer spaces often provoke conversations
A closing prayer for the reconciliation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians with other Australians.