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Children's Liturgy

Prayers and resources for children's liturgy catechists.

These resources contain questions to help children reflect on the Gospel story as well as ideas for prayers, songs and other activities. Feel free to adapt them to suit your group.

 

Please note there are no Children's Liturgy resources for August. Please download our resources for September. 

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Childrens liturgy resources

 

 

Twenty-third Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B)

A children's liturgy resource for 6 September 2015. Download the accompanying  illustration

Twenty-fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B)

A children's liturgy resource for 13 September 2015. Download the accompanying  illustration

Twenty-fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B)

A children's liturgy resource for 20 September 2015. Download the accompanying  illustration

Twenty-sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B)

A children's liturgy resource for 27 September 2015. Download the accompanying  illustration

 

Children's liturgy resources

 
 

Found 1470 articles. Displaying articles 81 to 90 (page 9 out of 147).

  1. Love your neighbour (131 kB) Download file

    A prayer for all migrants and those affected by the recent crisis in Libya. Pope Francis has called the faithful to reach out to migrants who are our brothers and sisters.   

  2. Climate intercessions- Speak Up... (65 kB) Download file

    These prayers of intercession are to be read in church ahead of the Speak Up For the Love Of... event on 17 June 2015.

  3. Speak Up For The Love Of Creation (142 kB) Download file

    A prayer of thanksgiving for the beauty of creation. To be read ahead of and during the Speak Up For The Love Of... climate event on 17 June 2015.

  4. Connect2 El Salvador: inspiration from Romero

    In this video, CAFOD's Connect2 El Salvador narrator Fidel talks about the inspiration he, and many people in El Salvador, gets from Archbishop Oscar Romero and his legacy.

     
  5. Pray with Puentecitos (185 kB) Download file

    A prayer for the beatification of Oscar Romero

  6. Funding at the Sharp End (1 MB) Download file

    Investing in national NGO response capacity: This CAFOD report examines current trends and practices in international humanitarian financing support to southern national non-governmental organisations’

  7. The feeding of the five thousand: a reflection on the CAFOD icon

    The Feeding of the five thousand icon reflection

     
  8. From Cross to Resurrection (45 kB) Download file

    A prayer inspired produced by the Romero Trust, inspired by Archbishop Oscar Romero, martyr and champion of the poor.  

  9. CAFOD Gender Review 2014: Executive summary (415 kB) Download file

    CAFOD’s International Programmes Committee (IPC) commissioned this review of CAFOD’s work on gender equality to help CAFOD and the IPC understand more about the difference that CAFOD-supported work is making in relation to gender equality. This is a follow up to a comprehensive review carried out in 2008, which recommended embedding gender equality adequately in CAFOD’s vision, mission, values and international priorities to enable staff to effectively incorporate gender considerations into their planning and implementation of regional and country strategies and programmes. In addition to achieving most of the 2008 review recommendations, this review also identified other milestones as well as challenges and gaps in taking forward gender work in the past five years.

  10. CAFOD Gender Review 2014: Management Response (412 kB) Download file

    CAFOD’s management response to the review of CAFOD’s work on gender equality to help CAFOD and the International Programmes Committee understand more about the difference that CAFOD-supported work is making in relation to gender equality.

 
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