Relationships

This week we celebrate a number of special Holy men and women. Each of them had a special relationship with God. St Teresa of Avila often had a difficult relationship with God and found a way to connect through prayer. She didn’t find it easy though and it reminds us that any relationship we have takes time, effort and work, especially our relationship with God. What are the most important relationships in your life? How is your relationship with God?

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Chaplaincy Team Notices

Year 7 – Ma1, Tuesday Lunchtime. Remember your journals!

Year 8/9 – No Chaplaincy Team this week as Fran isn’t in.

Year 10 – Chapel, Wednesday Lunchtime

We start our prayer with the Sign of the Cross…

As always, we begin with our word of the week video, which this week is brought to us by All Saints!

How will you improve your relationship with God this week?

How is your relationship with God? Have you been taking time to spend in prayer and fellowship with the Lord?

Don’t wait unto a crisis hits to call upon the name of the Lord. But rather, in good times as well as bad times, let us glorify His name!
The Bible says:

“So do not fear, for I am with you. Do not be dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you. I will uphold you with my righteous right hand.” Isaiah 41:10

Let us pray:

Almighty God, I pray that I will be taken into a deeper, more meaningful relationship with You, where I will grow in faith and hear the still small voice within my soul. Help me to be attentive to Your call, that will cause me to walk in Your righteousness. Open the eyes of my heart. May I see the many blessings you bestow on me, especially the very small ones that I sometimes take for granted. Amen

 

…we end our prayer with the Sign of the Cross.
We start our prayer with the Sign of the Cross…

One of the best ways to further our relationship with God is through engaging with our Church calendar, so let’s head over to the team at The Briars who are going to give us a run down on this week’s celebrations and feast days.

…we end our prayer with the Sign of the Cross.

Mr Wadsley brings us our Act of Worship today, with the help of some of our Year 10 students. The song on as you come in is called Good Good Father, and we sometimes we can forget that our relationship with God is so many different things, including that of a Father and His child.

We start our prayer with the Sign of the Cross…

Our relationships with each other are incredibly important, and that includes celebrating everyone and everything. Hopefully you’ve already watched the powerpoint from the Year 9’s, and our Year 10 Chaplaincy Team have created this video to talk about Black History Month.

Can you think of any famous black Catholics?

Why do you think it is important that we celebrate Black History Month?

Discuss and comment your answers below.

…we end our prayer with the Sign of the Cross.
We start our prayer with the Sign of the Cross…

As always, we end the week with last Sunday’s Gospel reading. This week Vicki, Chaplain from All Saints who have created our resources this week, is reading for us.

…we end our prayer with the Sign of the Cross.
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