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Getting Questions about the Synod?


Are you getting questions about the Synod of Bishops from the young people you volunteer/work with?

Below is a bit of good background from Fr Robert Baron and Fr James Martin SJ

Robert Baron:

Fr James Martin:

If you want to go in depth, you can have a look at the press conference from our own Cardinal Nichols:

National Youth Sunday! 'How Happy Are You?'


National Youth Sunday is nearly upon us! The Bishops Conference has gone to town this year with some videos, resources and the communications that are planned on social media in the build up to NYS. This year it's all around the theme 'How Happy Are you?', something that helps us focus on what really makes us happy and what truly fulfils us. NYS is on Sunday the 23rd of November, the feast of Christ the King. There is a breakdown of the resources below, but you can get them directly from the Bishops Conference site here.

What are you going to do this year? Let us know and share your ideas below!

What is NYS?
The Church in England and Wales designates the last Sunday of the year 'National Youth Sunday', a celebration of the vibrancy, richness and distinctive contribution of young people to our Church. It's existed since the Bishops of England and Wales first instigated a National Youth Sunday in 1985, the same year World Youth Day was started by John Paul II!

What's the theme all about?
Pope Francis has asked the Church to focus on the beatitudes in all Youth Sundays throughout the world in the run up to Rio 2016. There are so many messages about what makes us happy in modern culture, this message helps us to focus on what makes us happy in a deeper and fundamental way.

What resources are available?
Videos are available on the Bishops Conference Vimeo page, they have a dedicated page with all the Be Attitudes here
They have a suggested outline for assemblies in schools at the bottom of the page here
Posters, newsletter inserts, quotes, resource guides and more are avaliable here
And you can order postcards and be-attitude cards using the order form right at the bottom of the resource page (here)

Catholic Lay Chaplain: More House School, Frensham


For an application pack, please contact the Headmaster’s PA, Mrs Secker-Barker on 01252 792303 or

Have you booked for Flame II?

Have you booked tickets to Flame II yet? Book before the 15th of October to get a 20% discount!

Senior Youth Service Asst. (Voluntary) Myddelton Grange & Leeds Youth Service


For further details or an application pack, please contact Su Goodyear on 01943 607 887 or

Lay Chaplain, St Peter's Catholic High School, Wigan


Details of the post and application forms are available on the school website or through

Re-advertised: Lay Chaplain x2 - Cardinal Wiseman College, Birmingham


For informal enquiries and/or application pack, please contact the school on 0121 360 6383

Youth Work Website Coordinator: Salesians of Don Bosco


5 documents below with further information, including the application form. For application queries only please email 

Million Minutes Online Coordinator (Voluntary)


Role description and more information in the document below.

Northampton: Diocesan Youth Worker for Outreach


Job profile and application forms available for download below.

CAFOD: Youth Outreach and Event Coordinator


To read more and to apply please visit by 10 August 2014

Chaplain, Loreto College, Manchester


If you wish to view more information about the role then visit

Lay Chaplain, St Mary's RC High School, Herefordshire


Email for an application form and job spec
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