Job Title: Assistant Chaplain
Employer: Cardinal Wiseman Catholic School Greenford
Salary: Grade 3 (Points 14 -17) Term Time only plus required time in the summer holidays.
Job Title: Diocesan Youth Worker for Outreach
Employer: Clifton Diocese
Salary: £22,000-24,000 PA
Job Title: Retreat Leader
Employer: Castlerigg Manor, Keswick
Job Title: Programme Leader
Employer: Southwark Catholic Youth Service
Salary: £15-18k + Acom.
Job Title: Assistant Manager
Employer: Walsingham House
Salary: £11,000 – £14,000 + Acom.
Job Title: Castlerigg Team
Employer: Castlerigg Manor
Job Title: Volunteer Placement
Employer: Savio House
Resources at Random
In the days, weeks and months ahead, we’re going to post a load of stuff to Read more
Andy Severyn offers music and worship workshops in schools, find out more on his site here.
Why not get young people to help host Mary and Joseph on their journey to Bethlehem by running a travelling nativity. Let them be invited to homes, or let them travel around classrooms through Lent and include some prayers to help everyone get involved.
An interesting little video that gives some of this context and history of Archbishop Romero, due for beatification later this year
This infographic is from FOCUS – The Fellowship of Catholic University Students. Have a look at their blog here: focus.org/blog.
This 60 min+ workshop for young people from CAFOD explores how comics are used for campaigning around the world and gives young people the opportunity to create their own. Why not use this in the run up to the Election? You can find all the resources here.
News & Blog
In Australia they have recorded an unofficial English version of the World Youth Day Song! Well done them! You can find out more about it here, and listen to it below.
As you have probably noticed we are in the midst of a general election! While a few parties have bringing the voting age down on their manifestos the reality is that most of the young people you work with won’t be able to vote. But this doesn’t mean they have no role to play! We wanted to just take a few minutes to highlight some of the ways you can start to involve young people in the wider political process, read on for more!
This year I had the great honour in accompanying Don Bosco Tech Students to the Youth Day of the RE Congress here in LA. Living and working out here, I’ve got to experience a number of different events both Salesian, diocesan and non-denominational ran. Read more
This is a great thing to do to highlight the injustice that some people face, and a great act of witness to young people. I know a Chaplain who did this for another Charity (you can read about it here). If you haven’t come across Progressio before they used to be called the Catholic Institute for International Relations, but changed their name after Pope Paul VI’s Encyclical Populorum Progressio. Below is their press release: Read more
We’re looking to put together some helpful guides for those who are new, or those who are trying something different in their work or volunteering, and are looking for people who can help us put these together! If you’re interested, just get in touch, or if you have any ideas about the kind things we could do that could be particularly helpful do let us know on our Forum!