Job Title: Chaplain
Employer: Basildon Catholic Collegiate Trust
Job Title: Lay Chaplain
Employer: St Joseph's Catholic High School, Workington
Salary: £22,393 - £23,698 Pro Rata
Job Title: Step Into The Gap Volunteer
Job Title: Voluntary Youth Service Assistant
Employer: Myddelton Grange
Job Title: UR Space Gap Year
Employer: Salesians Sisters
Resources at Random
Many of us saw Cardinal Tagle on Flame 2, he puts out a Gospel reflection each week called ‘The World Exposed’. They tend to be uploaded on the Saturday night and are on the Sunday readings of the following day. You can find the latest ones through this link!
We’re heading towards exams, this means many of the young people we work with will be revising, or more likely procrastinating! While it’s good for them to get away from these pressures, I always found it was helpful to remind myself of some useful study skills basics so I could be useful if this is what they needed.
I just found a couple of great posts on the Talking Donkey RE site with videos that are really great!
Lord Jesus Christ,
you have taught us to be merciful like the heavenly Father,
and have told us that whoever sees you sees Him.
Show us your face and we will be saved.
Your loving gaze freed Zacchaeus and Matthew from being enslaved by money;
the adulteress and Magdalene from seeking happiness only in created things; Read more
News & Blog
Lord Patten, who until recently was responsible for the BBC Trust has said that the Vatican media needs drastic reform if it is to meet the challenges of the internet age. He has been asked by the Pope to look at reforming the way the Church communicates, currently through many distinct organisations. Read more
If you’re reading this its probably because you help prepare candidates for the Sacrament of Confirmation or you’re a sponsor for someone who is about to be confirmed. Using an informal Q&A style Brenden Thompson will try and clarify some of the main aspects of Confirmation. Read more
We’ve put together a calendar to help you plan your year, or if you’re a little bit last minute find a theme for a session or assembly based on the days feast, a theme, memorial or event. Have a look here!!
CAFOD have some resources about how to support those who have suffered the huge natural disaster in Nepal (here), and we’ve been talking on our forum (here) about how we might also respond and show solidarity and closeness with those who are suffering and those who have died through communal prayer in schools.
We really liked this blog post from Phil Ross, the Director of Youth Ministry for the Diocese of Westminster, so we’ve replicated it below
Recent chats around the dinner table have got Phil thinking – we need to hear the voices of more young people!
Throughout Easter my two kids were at home; my son, Andrew, back from university for a couple of weeks and my daughter, Frances, back after a two-year stint at SPEC. It was wonderful to have them back in the fold – except for the increased washing etc! Read more