Job Title: Communication and Events Assistant
Employer: Million Minutes
Salary: £22,000 p a
Job Title: Headteacher
Employer: St Ralph Sherwin Catholic Multi-Academy Trust: St Mary's Catholic Voluntary Academy, Marple Bridge, Stockport
Salary: Grade/SCP: Leadership Pay Range L13 – L19.
Job Title: Chaplaincy Worker
Employer: St Benedict's Catholic College, Colchester, Essex
Salary: Scale 7 (scp 19 to 24), £25,481-£28,672. Actual salary (incl of holiday pay) £21,747.31-£24,580.71 (under 5 yrs’ service) or £22,040.53-£24,885.67 (over 5 yrs’ service).
Job Title: School Chaplain
Employer: St Michael's Catholic Grammar School, North Finchley, London
Salary: Barnet Unified Reward Grade F Maximum (FTE £28,992) Actual salary £13,398
Job Title: Retreat Coordinator
Employer: St Cassian's Youth Retreat Centre, Kintbury
Salary: £15,500 plus accommodation & meals for a single person.
Job Title: Chaplain
Employer: Corpus Christi Catholic High School, Fulwood, Preston
Salary: Grade 7 Points 19-25 £25481 - £29577 pro rata
Job Title: Headteacher
Employer: St Ralph Sherwin Catholic Multi-Academy Trust: St Albans Catholic Voluntary Academy, Chaddesden, Derby
Salary: Grade/SCP: Leadership Pay Range L16 – L22, £61,166 - £70,745
Senior Parish Engagement Officer, Million Minutes Hours: Part-time (21 hours / 3 days per week) – including some evenings & weekends Location: London office based (open to flexible working), with some UK travel Salary: £20,000 pro rata (£33,330 FTE) Contract: 12 months, with hopeful possibility of extension Deadline: Monday 31st May at 5pm Read more
Job Title: Parish Youth Worker
Employer: Mary Mother of God Parish, Diocese of Leeds
Salary: £20,500 - £22,000 pa depending on experience
Job Title: Step Into the Gap Volunteers
Job Title: Youth Ministry Team Volunteers
Employer: Animate Youth, Archdiocese of Liverpool
Job Title: Team Volunteers
Employer: The Briars, Nottingham Diocesan Catholic Youth Service (NDCYS)
Job Title: Retreat Team Volunteer
Employer: Savio House, Salesians of Don Bosco
Resources at Random
Activity Village has a range of craft activities for Advent, Christmas and other times of year which you can access for free is you’re looking for ideas to use with children – like this wooden spoon angel. They also offer a wide range of printable colouring sheets. puzzles, posters etc, but these are only available to paid members – in 2018, this costs £17.50 for a year.
There are some really good things on here, but unlike CAFOD’s resources it’s tailored to the States, and focuses almost entirely on things best suited to lessons. It’s here.
Pope Francis joined with young people from all over the world, many with disabilities, to talk about the value they had and the good that comes from them coming together. Read more
These videos were made by young people themselves! More about trips to Taize can be found here
One simple idea which can really help young people to pray is to invite them to write a letter to God… Read more
Another great video from Busted Halo!
In this current climate and time of crisis, there is an urgent need to empower children with confidence and hope for their futures. Lockdown has left many with questions about their faith and anxiety about the future. In response to this, the Kenelm Youth Trust is offering ‘Primary Quo Vadis’, a Catholic mental health and well-being resource for Year 4-6. Read more
Mission Together has a new set of resources for Lent for Primary age children, along with materials specifically aimed at supporting remote learning. Read more
The Bible Hub is a scripture resource created by ‘Chosen Youth’ a group of young people from Holy Rood Church, Swindon. The aim of the Hub is to encourage young people to explore the scriptures in a creative way. Read more
Released in time for the Feast of the Presentation, the day dedicated by St John Paul II to consecrated life, a new video sets out to explain to young people the concepts of consecration and to outline what consecrated life means. Read more
Peace Sunday 2021 is on 17 January, and Pax Christi is offering a range of resources to download for schools, parishes and families. Read more
A range of resources for Advent in primary and secondary schools is now available from the CAFOD website.
The resources include an Advent liturgy with accompanying notes, a reconciliation service, and an Advent calendar in PowerPoint format, which is ideal for daily class prayers.
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The theme for this year’s National Youth Sunday is ‘Together’, because that’s what we all long to be right now. In addition to loads of new resources, in the spirit of coming together, the youth ministry workers on CYMFed’s National Youth Sunday team have created a series of live streams in the lead up to NYS, a novena to Christ the King, and an exciting National Youth Funday programme that schools and groups can join on Friday 20 November. Read more
The Catholic Youth Ministry Federation of England and Wales (CYMFed) has produced video resources to tell young people about the life of Carlo Acutis, the fifteen-year-old Italian, born in London in 1991, who will be beatified at Assisi this weekend. Read more
News & Blog
As opportunities for travel tentatively begin to open up, the village of Oberammergau in Bavaria is inviting young people 16-28 from all over the world to take part in a new initiative, ‘Youth Days’ in the lead-up to the next performance of its famous Passion Play in May 2022. Read more
CAFOD is seeking young people aged 18-35 who are interested in campaigning with CAFOD to join their G7 youth mobilisation to Cornwall in June.
Please apply by 23.59 on Monday 22 March 2021. CAFOD will let you know by 29 March if you have been successful in gaining a place. Read more
The National Office for Vocation is working in partnership with Vocation Ireland and international colleagues to run the ‘Vocation Music Award’. Young musicians age 18 – 35 are invited to compose a song on the theme of vocation. Entries will be voted on and the top six win a CD production with their song. There are also cash prizes for the top three entries, of €2000 for first place, €1000for second, and €500 for third place. The deadline for submissions is 31st July. Read moreAs part of its series of online events on social justice themes, Justice and Peace Scotland is hosting a discussion on Sunday 7th March, 4:70 – 7pm, entitled Poverty & Pandemic. While the focus for the discussion is on Scotland, the impact of COVID-19 has exposed and exacerbated the inequalities and divides in society everywhere, with children and young people deeply affected.
The pandemic situation has meant HCPT’s life-changing pilgrimages to Lourdes are postponed, but the global HCPT family is coming together online on 11 February, the Feast of Our Lady of Lourdes, for its first International Day of Prayer, and everyone is invited to join them, on their Facebook page or YouTube channel. Read more
Don’t miss your chance to take part in a workshop from Million Minutes in early February exploring ways to develop and support a culture of genuine accompaniment of young people. The workshop is being offered at different times on three dates, Wednesday 3, Tuesday 9 and Wednesday 10 February, so there are more opportunities to attend. Read more