New drops this week on The Well

13 October 2020


What’s New in The Well:


Introduction to the Mass

Many of us may have been to Mass or go to Mass often and yet still be wondering: ‘Why do Catholics do the things they do at Mass?’ More importantly, ‘why is the Mass so important?’ Today we have Fr Chris del Rosario joining us as we chat about the Mass.


Season of Creation

Celebrate and pray with our Diocesan community. This reflection is a montage of art, photography, music and poetry submitted from across Western Sydney and the Blue Mountains supporting St Francis of Assisi’s Canticle of Creation which inspired Laudato Si’.


Saturday Sessions – Jesus the Centre of our Lives

In this reflection, Sr Grace challenges herself and all of us by asking about our identity and how much Jesus is in the centre of our lives. 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 feat. Isabella & Ania

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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The Faith Feed – Seeing through Eyes that have Cried

Nathan shares on his experience of going through a series of life-altering events. Carrying a sense of loss and the uncertainty of the next steps ahead, he discovers the power of connecting with others and the significance of heart-felt relationships.


LIFTED Leaders 2020

Before COVID struck there were still opportunities to safely gather young people. You’re invited to enter a room where student leaders (now starting their HSC exams) outlined their missionary outreach to others in their community and beyond. Be inspired, but how can we harness this energy in our communities past their schooling life?


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