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
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
Resources for National Youth Sunday (NYS) are now available,focused on this year’s theme, Together. Read more
Sr Susan Richert PBVM, a Presentation Sister and school chaplain, has produced a series of activities and prayer for families to use at home with primary age and nursery children in the nine days between Ascension Day and Pentecost. Read more
If you haven’t come across it before, the Kids’ Bulletin is a blog created by a Catholic mum in Canada with weekly and seasonal downloadable resources to help children have some fun while getting more out of the readings at Sunday Mass. Now that families are following the Mass at home on Sundays, they are extra helpful in keeping young ones engaged and teaching them about the faith, and would be great for catechists to share with the families in their parishes. Read more
The Bible Society’s range of Easter resources for children will be extra-valuable this year for parents to use at home.