• Jobs


    Job Title: Programme Coordinator
    Employer: St Cassian's Youth Retreat Centre
    Salary: £13,000, plus accommodation suitable for a single person
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    Job Title: Lay Chaplain
    Employer: St Thomas More Catholic Academy, Stoke-on-Trent
    Salary: £19,742-£22,212 pa
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    Job Title: Lay Chaplain
    Employer: St Mary's Catholic School
    Salary: £22,000 - £30,000, determined according to qualifications and experience
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    Job Title: Lay Chaplain
    Employer: St Joseph's High School, Slough
    Salary: Negotiable
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    Job Title: Volunteer Placement
    Employer: Savio House
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    Job Title: UR Space Gap Year
    Employer: Salesians Sisters
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    Resources at Random



  • Latest Resources


    Laudato Si Summary

    A lovely video summary of Laudato Si from James Martin, great for use with young people!

    Laudate Si Resource

    This is a video produced by the Vatican to go out as they publish the whole forty thousand word document. It is in English, as well as Italian and Spanish. Read more

    The Word Exposed – Cardinal Tagle

    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!

    Revision, that time of year again…

    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!

    You can find more here Read more

    Pope Francis’ Prayer for the Jubilee Year of Mercy!

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    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


    School Chaplaincy at the Crossroads: Fr David O’Malley

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    Fr David with Chaplains at the ACCE Conference

    School chaplaincy can be said to be in its infancy at present. It is a role looking for a clearer definition. Yet despite that lay chaplaincy in schools must be the fastest growing area of ministry in the Catholic Church. The Bishops of England and Wales, following the lead of so many church documents on schools, has seen lay chaplaincy as a way to support the spiritual leadership of the head teacher in a tangible and visible form. The Bishops have also recognised that chaplaincy in school is probably the most effective form of new evangelisation- working with the personal choices of young people who are sacramentalised but not evangelised. Read more

    One Climate, One World: Action Pack

    In anticipation of the upcoming Papal Encyclical on Human Ecology and the Environment we’re highlighting CAFOD’s One Climate, One World Action Pack!

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    You can find the whole resource here

     

    Confirmation: A Crash Course!

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    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