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The Dominican Students of Great Britain have produced videos for the stations of the Cross for Lent that could be a really great way of doing the stations in a different way, or an engaging resource to help young people put together their own set of stations. They can all be found on their youtube page here. Search the page for Stations of the Cross
This fantastic video was written by David Wells and Animated by Tree Behrens for CYMFed Flame 2, and is a really powerful way of telling the story.
These videos were made by young people themselves! More about trips to Taize can be found here
These are great reflections that you can use in prayers throughout the way through Lent. You can find them on their site 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
Below is the full text of Pope Francis’ World Youth Day Message! While we have National Youth Sunday on the feast of Christ the King, lots of other places in the world have it on Palm Sunday. The themes for last year, this year and next years are based on the beatitudes, have a read through for yourself.
Dear Brothers and Sisters,
Lent is a time of renewal for the whole Church, for each communities and every believer. Read more
Another great video from Busted Halo!
This is a great video from CRS (US CAFOD) by the Archbishop New York, Cardinal Timothy Dolan
This is a fantastic set of resources for Lent that introduce young people to silence as something valuable in their lives, and at the same time raises money for great projects that help marginalised young people a voice! There is a Ash Wednesday service, an assembly, posters and info sheets with all kinds of ideas on for different age ranges, find out more on their site here.
CAFOD have some really great resources, some that focus on Lent, and others on their One Climate, One World campaign that focuses on climate change and how it has the biggest impact on poorest people in our world.
Dear Young Friends,
When I speak spontaneously I do it in Spanish, because I don’t know the English language. May I do it? Thank you very much. This Fr Mark, a good translator. Read more
Word On Fire has loads of videos, blogs and other resources. It’s an American non-profit organisation that works very closely with Fr Robert Baron, and produced his Catholicism Series. You can find the site here.
This site has some great resources on for looking at how some of the people who make our clothes are very unfairly treated.
You can find the resources section here.
Nick Vujicic is a speaker who was born without limbs. He uses his disability as an opportunity to spread the message about the Gospel!
Wondering what the readings for the day are? Today, or in a few days? Universalis is here to help! It’s a fantastic resource, there’s also an app (which can more easily adjust to local liturgical calendars)
Biblegateway is incredibly helpful, and saves a lot of time typing out from the Lectionary/Bible… https://www.biblegateway.com
This is just fantastic!
This website has all sorts of resource for music and creative worship! http://engageworship.org/