New resources created by young adults unpackage the Synod Final Document and Pope Francis’s exhortation, and offer reflections for youth workers.
Looking for the right volunteer opportunities (for yourself or for the young people you work with), or finding suitable volunteers for your project, can be a time-consuming process. If you’re in London or Hertfordshire, Caritas Westminster’s Volunteer Service can match volunteers to projects, with a wide range of opportunities to suit different skills and interests, and the time people have available. AND – here’s the best bit – they want to extend this free service to cover the rest of the UK, which sounds like an excellent idea! (And if you’re in London on Tuesday 5th June 2018, visit their Volunteer Fair)
The Salesian Media Office shares a reflection, video and prayer each week to help young people reflect on the Gospel reading for the coming Sunday. It’s updated each week and is a great resource for young people themselves and form time prayers!
You can find the site here: http://www.the-etestament.co.uk
This site has loads of game ideas, and is broken down to make it easy to find what you want! http://www.icebreakers.ws
This 60 min+ workshop for young people from CAFOD explores how comics are used for campaigning around the world and gives young people the opportunity to create their own. You can find all the resources here.
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.
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)