New drops this week on The Well

1 October 2020

What’s New in The Well:

My Journey, Our Journey – Episode One: Firsts Steps

Be inspired and moved by Bishop Vincent, Idrissa, Kane and Len as they emotionally share their first steps of their journey as migrants and refugees

Saturday Sessions – A Mission of Justice and Mercy

Becoming a Church for Mission 2030 – Fr Frank Brennan SJ AO is a Jesuit Priest, human rights lawyer and academic. Fr Brennan has a longstanding reputation of advocacy in the areas of law, social justice, refugee protection, Aboriginal reconciliation and human rights activism.  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

Worship Wednesday featuring Gen Lee

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 or local Parish 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

FaithFeed Podcast – Episode #3 – Religious Chat: Treasure or Threat?

Why is it so hard to talk about our faith & religion today? Donnie, along with conversation partners Kim Chong and Francis O’Callaghan chat about their own experiences as a response to this question.

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Imaginative Prayer

Our imagination is a gift from God. St Ignatius discovered Gods’ plan for his life through imagining he was part of the gospel stories and interacting with Jesus. We too can experience our faith come to life this way.

Spirituality – A Natural Human Disposition

In this first session, Sr Patty explores the changing landscape of spirituality within ages and defines it in a 21st century context. Discovering what and how God speaks to our heart, we are taken on the journey to learn some contrasting views of the spirit in our lives.

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