Job Title: Ignite Team Member
Employer: Diocese of East Anglia
Salary: £225 p/m in addition to accom. & accom. bills
Job Title: Manager
Employer: Walsingham House, BCYS
Salary: £20,500 + Accom. suitable for single person or married couple
Job Title: Youth Leader
Employer: St Augustines Catholic Church, Tunbridge Wells
Salary: Up to £24k, depending on qualifications and experience
Job Title: Mission Team (Voluntary)
Employer: Kenelm Youth Trust
Job Title: Volunteer Team, September 2015
Employer: Animate Youth Ministries, Liverpool Archdiocese
Job Title: Overseas Volunteer
Employer: Assumption Sisters
Job Title: Young Vincentian Development Officers
Job Title: Gap Year Volunteer
Employer: My Mission, Middlesbrough Diocese
Resources at Random
This is just fantastic!
These are great reflections that you can use in prayers throughout the way through Lent. You can find them on their site here.
Pope Francis joined with young people from all over the world, many with disabilities, to talk about the value they had and the good that comes from them coming together. Read more
40 Acts has some fantastic little ideas that you can share with others throughout Lent. You get regular emails, so it’s a nice reminder! Have a look at their site here: http://www.40acts.org.uk/the-challenge/
Below is the full text of Pope Francis’ World Youth Day Message! While we have National Youth Sunday on the feast of Christ the King, lots of other places in the world have it on Palm Sunday. The themes for last year, this year and next years are based on the beatitudes, have a read through for yourself.
Another great video from Busted Halo!
This is a great video from CRS (US CAFOD) by the Archbishop New York, Cardinal Timothy Dolan
This is a fantastic set of resources for Lent that introduce young people to silence as something valuable in their lives, and at the same time raises money for great projects that help marginalised young people a voice! There is a Ash Wednesday service, an assembly, posters and info sheets with all kinds of ideas on for different age ranges, find out more on their site here.
News & Blog
The CES have put a lot of time into producing some election resources for primary and secondary age students, they look at why we should vote, profiles of Catholics involved in politics and link to many more resource. You can find them here, and the text of their press release is below.
The Catholic Education Service is providing schools and teachers with resources to use in the run up to the general election. The resources follow the theme of ‘Active Citizenship’.
Can you believe that we’re so close to Lent…?! Each year it seems to creep up…! You can see all of the Easter and Lent resources here, but here is our roundup of the things that are new or still well worth checking out! Read more
Below is the text of a letter sent by Cardinal Vincent Nichols, Archbishop of Westminster, to all Catholic Schools in England and Wales
I am writing to commend to you wholeheartedly Flame II, a gathering and celebration for young people to be held at Wembley Arena on 7 March, 2015. Read more
Welcome to the new site, launched on Saturday the 31st of January 2015, the feast day of St John Bosco!!
The site is a resource for everyone who is involved in working with young people in the Church. It offers a place for resources, jobs, a forum to share ideas and find support as well as somewhere to keep up to date with the latest youth ministry news and events. Read more