Godly Play is a term coined by Jerome Berryman to describe an approach to children’s spiritual formation that is based on creating a sacred space in which to present the stories of faith, wonder about them together. This is play.
The Catholic Mass is the source and summit of our Faith, but few are aware of what it all means. While cradle Catholics may know the prayers and responses said in the liturgy, many do not know their significance or historical development.
Lenten Notes for Homilists, Teachers and Catechists
This resource is a part of a collection of Reconciliation Resources that support you, your family and your faith community in understanding our shared history with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, and seeks to foster relationships of reconciliation, restoration
Slow Lent is a new contemplative Lenten resource for use in Catholic schools and other ministries, brought to you by Jesuit Communications. In the Sunday Gospels throughout Lent, we find Jesus in a number of environments: deserts, mountaintops, temples and
This is a suggested scope and sequence of appropriate Godly Play stories for the year levels Prep-Year 6. It lists the stories, where to find the Godly Play scripts and the materials required.