Children's liturgy

Prayers and resources for children's liturgy catechists and for families.

Virtual children's liturgy

As we start returning to church, we are continuing with our live sessions as an additional resource for you to use with your children.

Please register if you haven't before. Follow the link and click on "Enter the series" to register. The live session will be at 10am each Sunday and a recording will be available to watch after this.

Missed our last liturgy? Watch the recording now!

Children's liturgy emails

Use these Gospel reflections, prayers, songs and activities to help children listen to the God who speaks. Feel free to adapt the resources to suit your group.

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Twenty-eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time (10 October)

Jesus asks a rich young man to sell his nice things and to give all his money to people who are poor. We think about what this means for us today.

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Twenty-ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time (17 October)

Jesus reminds us that it is not power or money which makes us important, but how much we help other people.

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Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time (24 October)

Jesus helped a blind man called Bartimaeus to see again. Sometimes we see things that are not fair or right, but it can be a lot harder to see how to change these things.

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All Saints (31 October)

We remember the Saints and think about how we can follow their example to live our lives as God wants us to. Includes a special focus on Saint Oscar Romero, a CAFOD friend and partner.

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Thirty-second Sunday in Ordinary Time (7 November)

A poor widow does something very special. We reflect on how we can share from what we have, no matter how little that is.

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Thirty-third Sunday in Ordinary Time (14 November)

We do not know when Jesus will come again, but we must try to be ready. We think about how we get ready for other special events in our lives. 

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