What’s New in The Well:
‘I want the Church to be vibrant, alive and full of the Spirit but where do I start?’
Donnie, along with conversation partners Kim Chong (Columban Centre for Christian-Muslim Relations) and Francis O’Callaghan (CEDP) chat about their own experiences as a response to this question.
Have you ever wondered where the things that you see being used in Mass are kept? Or where does the priest and those serving at the Mass get ready for Mass?
Join Anne and Fr. Jack Green as we go ‘searching through the sacristy.’
Each week young Catholic musicians who serve parishes, schools and movements with their musical gifts across Western Sydney and the Blue Mountains invite us into their home for LIVE, un-edited praise and worship.
Worship Wednesday is a powerful tool to reach all of God’s people and spread a little joy and hope. You can use this weekly resource in your home or classroom.
This episode is an opportunity to stop and reflect on the experience of the last six months.
Drawing on the wisdom from Saturday Sessions presenters, we pray in a space where we can be Calm Together.
This weekly resource invites participants to watch a pre-recorded presentation in their own time or at a set time prior to discussion.
Join a live group each Saturday or use locally with your own group.
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Pope Francis has challenged young people across the globe to consider how they are the ‘now of God’. Not the future of the Church. But the present. This contemporary video created by Cassandra (Diocesan Communications) draws together some inspiration from Pope Francis for reflection and prayer
COVID has been especially tough on young children. Join Tash as she learns how she can help her friend deal with loneliness and worry. She’ll get some guidance from Anne along the way and will also explore how other people deal with similar situations.
This resource is currently being used by catechists returning to their scripture classes and Stage 1 students in Catholic Education schools.
Check out all of these features and more on The Well – www.thewell.org.au