• Jobs


    Job Title: Parish Youth Worker
    Employer: Our Lady and All Saints RC Church Otley / Diocese of Leeds
    Salary: £20,500
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    Job Title: Retreat Leader
    Employer: Castlerigg Manor
    Salary: c £16,000 per annum + accommodation + food
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    Job Title: Lay Chaplain
    Employer: All Saints Catholic College
    Salary: £19,093 per annum (actual)
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    Job Title: Chaplain
    Employer: Our Lady's Catholic High School, Fulwood, Preston
    Salary: Grade 7 Points 19 to 25 £24,779 - £28,785 (pro rata)
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    Job Title: College Lay Chaplain
    Employer: St Bede's and St Joseph's Catholic College
    Salary: £16679.56 -£18456.75 depending on Experience(Actual Pay)
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    Job Title: Chaplaincy Apprentice
    Employer: St Philip Howard Catholic School
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    Job Title: Gap Year Volunteer
    Employer: Kenelm Youth Trust
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    Job Title: Gap Year Volunteer
    Employer: Castlerigg Manor
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    Job Title: Gap Year Team
    Employer: Animate Youth Ministries, Archdiocese of Liverpool
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    Job Title: Retreat Team Volunteers
    Employer: Savio House, Salesians of Don Bosco UK
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    Job Title: Faith in Action Volunteer
    Employer: Columban Missionaries in Britain
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    Resources at Random


    Assemblies for primary & secondary schools to conclude Year of Mercy

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    On December 8th 2015, Pope Francis initiated a Jubilee Year of Mercy. This special year concludes on 20 November 2016.

    To mark this, Missio, the Pope’s official charity for overseas mission, and its children’s branch Mission Together, have produced Primary and Secondary versions of the assembly Our Mission; To Be Merciful. These assemblies focus on the key themes of the Jubilee, help explain mercy and mission, and emphasize the ongoing call to act mercifully.  Our Mission; To Be Merciful can be downloaded free from our respective websites: www.missio.org.uk and www.missiontogether.org.uk


  • Latest Resources


    Three Friends and the Miracle Man – Easter resources for younger children

     

    The Bible Society’s new animated video takes Jairus’s daughter and the boy with the five loaves and two fishes on a journey where they discover who Jesus really is.

    The video is on YouTube, and you can download it free from the Bible Society website, in English or Welsh. There is also a script and all-age service guide to enable you to explore the life, death and resurrection of Jesus and bring Three Friends and the Miracle Man to life at your church.

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    Journey through Lent with Missio – Secondary age

    Missio’s resources for Lent 2019 include reflections that explore key words and concepts from the season, linking them with themes and actions that young people in the Secondary school age range can readily engage with and respond to. The three reflections have leaders’ notes and a set of PowerPoint slides, and feature the story of a young person supported by Missio. Each reflection can be delivered within 10 minutes – with or without the slides.

    There is also a simple and accessible Stations of the Cross resource, which encourages young people to reflect on the lessons communicated through Jesus’ journey to the cross and apply them to contemporary issues. The resource is presented as a PowerPoint with leaders’ notes incorporated that suggest alternative ways to use the Stations.

    Download from the Missio website

    Catechetical lessons for WYD prep & other uses

    Panama2019 has produced a set of catechetical lessons to help prepare young people spiritually for January’s World Youth Day. The lessons can be downloaded as pdfs, and cover a range of topics and a variety of activities, following the ‘see, judge. act’ model.

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    Refugee resources for young people

    CAFOD has a range of resources for helping young people (secondary age) to engage with the issues around the global refugee crisis, including the short animation above.

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  • News & Blog


    Compass ‘School of Discernment’ for young adults – July 2019

     

    We’re all thinking more about the importance of discernment since the Synod, and this summer, Compass is leading a summer school from Monday 22 – Friday 26 July 2019, to help young Catholic adults find their true path to living life joyfully and faithfully.

    The event will be held at Maryvale Institute, Birmingham, and it’s open to people aged 18-35. The cost for full board for the five day event is £150, and bursaries are available.

    Visit the Compass website

    Book on Eventbright 

    Email Compass for more info

    International short course in Leading the New Evangelisation

    St Mary’s University, Twickenham in partnership with the Australian Catholic University (ACU)  is offering an International Faith Formation Leadership Programme from  – .

    The programme is aimed at Catholic school leaders and teachers, including religious education teachers, and Church leaders, youth ministers,parish educators and all those who work in Catholic schools on behalf of the Church.

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    Your young people deserve to be celebrated!

    Celebrating Young People Awards 2019

    Who will you nominate? 

    On 3 July 2019 young people from across the country will gather in London’s West End for the Celebrating Young People Awards. Cardinal Vincent Nichols will be presenting this year’s Pope Francis Award. The awards – now in their fourth year – are organised by Million Minutes and see hundreds of young people nominated in six categories, each celebrating a different aspect of Catholic Social Teaching lived out in social action. Read more

    Go siLENT to shout out for young people

    Lent is only a few weeks away, so why not sign up for siLENT 2019, as a school or parish group, or just on your own? You’ll find some stillness in our frantic world, and the sponsorship you raise will support young people in transforming their lives and their world.

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    Nominations now open for 2019 Celebrating Young People Awards!

    Nominations are now open for the fourth Celebrating Young People Awards. The awards – powered by Catholic charity Million Minutes – honour the achievements of young people across the country who make our communities better places. There are eight award categories, which take their names from Catholic social teaching and recognise the enormous, often unseen, social action of young people. Above: Last year’s Pope Francis Award recipient was Aaron, from Loreto College Manchester. Read more

    Was Panama too far? Save 20% on tickets for WYD@Home!

    World Youth Day in Panama was amazing – but many of us joust couldn’t be there to soak up that inspirational atmosphere. You and your group can still get that uplifting WYD experience at WYD@Home, hosted at Alton Castle from 7-9 June, and with the superearlybird offer, if you hurry, you can save 20% on all types of ticket.

     

    Visit the new WYD@Home website to find out more and book.