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29 September was the Feast of the Archangels, followed by the Feast of the Guardian Angels on 2 October – so what’s all this fuss about ‘ANGELS’? Qwayne, Rosie and James, once again break it down.
It’s school holidays, and no doubt there’s a different, and yet challenging dynamic at home. This series, unique to The Well, provides children with a fresh way of experiencing the love of God through the stories and messages of our faith.
“Forced like Jesus Christ to flee” is the theme that Pope Francis chose for the 106th World Day of Migrants and Refugees, this year focussing on the pastoral care of the internally displaced persons (IDPs), who currently number over 41 million worldwide. 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.
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.
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It’s the month of the Rosary! Here’s a short feature of young people around the Diocese of Parramatta reflecting on why they pray the Rosary.
As restrictions are wound back we’ll be spending more time with family and friends, and once again we’ll find ourselves answering questions about our faith from those who are curious. This is a reflection on faith and the RCIA process that might help them out.
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