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On the feast of Christ the King, every year, the church focuses on its young people and celebrates everything that you bring to the world. Youth is not just about age however – it’s about our attitude. Anyone can be youthful if they fill their lives with joy and excitement. National Youth Sunday is a chance to recognise what young people bring to the Church of today. Think this week about what it’s like to being a young person in today’s world – is it easy? What difference can you make to the world around you?

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We start our prayer with the sign of the cross…

As always, we begin with our word of the week video:

Choose one of the questions from the reflection point below to answer as a form group

…we end our prayer with the sign of the cross

We start our prayer with the sign of the cross…

We will now head over to the youth service who are going to give us a run down on this week’s celebrations and feast days. 🙂

Choose one of the questions from the reflection point below to answer as a form group

 

We end our prayer with the sign of the cross…
We start our prayer with the sign of the cross…

National Youth Sunday calls all young people to think about what following Jesus means to them. We’ve just celebrated the beatification of Blessed Carlo Acutis – an incredible example to us all about how we can use the skills and resources we’ve got to bring people together and bring people to Christ.

Choose one of the questions from the reflection point below to answer as a form group

 

We start our prayer with the sign of the cross…

We start our prayer with the sign of the cross…

A you will have seen form all of this weeks prayer time, this year’s the theme is Together. The COVID-19 pandemic has affected every part of life. The way we live, work, study, play and pray has all changed. The most significant change has been that we have not been able to do many of those things together. This year’s theme recognises what it means to be ‘together’; with ourselves, with others and with God.

“To come out of this crisis better than before, we have to do so together; together, not alone. Together. Alone no, because it cannot be done. Either it is done together, or it is not done. We must do it together, all of us, in solidarity”.

Pope Francis, September 2020

As we learn to live together again alongside the COVID-19 virus, the world isn’t quite the same as it was. But there is still much to make us hopeful.

There is something special about being together – being a part of a community – it is our togetherness which tells us who we are. It heals us and makes us complete.

Choose one of the questions from the reflection point below to answer as a form group

…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.

…we end our prayer with the sign of the cross
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