These are prayers and reflections to deepen our appreciation of the Holy Spirit’s clean action in our lives. Ideal for use in personal meditation; group sharing; prayerful reflections; for those involved in the catechumenate; and as a prayer accompaniment to
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This Resources page is an innovative and creative way of allowing you to search this website for a vast array of resources that can assist you in the teaching and learning of religion in our Catholic schools.
A selection of resources can be found using the prompts below:
From the Greek meaning “fifty,” the festival of Pentecost celebrates the coming of the Holy Spirit to the apostles on the fiftieth day after Easter. On this day, we worship the Lord, who gives life to His Church, by decorating
Happy birthday to the Catholic Church! Happy birthday to you, who are the body of the Church!
Vision The MJR community will strive to provide: a quality, Christ-inspired education for our students so each will gain a strong relationship with God through Christ and his Church. a holistic approach so that all who encounter the MJR philosophy
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Preparing for Easter – Holy Thursday: Passover & the Last Supper.
The Worship module of RESource provides resources for teachers to assist them in preparing for, and presenting, a variety of prayer sessions
Caritas Australia’s annual Lenten fundraising and awareness-raising appeal is an extraordinary, ongoing demonstration of the faith, love and generosity of the Catholic congregation and caring supporters throughout Australia to help end poverty, promote justice and uphold dignity. Project Compassion demonstrates
The following text for a Scriptural Stations of the Cross is adapted from the stations found on the website of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops. These stations are based on those celebrated by Pope John Paul II on