Youth Ministry

 

Stations of the Cross

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This resource invites readers to reflect prayerfully on the Stations of the Cross either individually or at home with family members. The images used are of the Stations of the Cross found in the Cathedral Basilica of Christ the King in Hamilton. For a more formal liturgical prayer structure of Stations of the Cross please visit:

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TWENTY THIRD PUBLICATIONS


 

 

Our prayer will be centred on the Gospels of the Four Sundays of Advent and will be partnered with an illumination from The Saint John's Bible. The Saint John’s Bible is very special because we find images (illuminations) that help bring a very real and human understanding of the Word of God to life.  

Join us this Advent Season as we wait in prayerful hope for the coming of the King.
Come, Lord Jesus, Come.


Youth Rally - May 25, 2019

 We would like to thank everyone who came out to the 4th Annual Diocesan Youth Rally! To see pictures and highlights from the day please CLICK HERE

 


Youth Ministry Resources for Advent 2017  

 

Youth Ministry Resource for Advent 2016

"I Was a Stranger and You Welcomed Me"


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Our Advent Resource for Youth has been developed in collaboration with the Office for Justice and Peace and the Office for Refugees. This resource challenges our readers to stand in prayerful solidarity with those who suffer as refugees, displaced from family and homeland. 

This is intended to be used as an online interactive resource.  Look for special links and clips which will help in your prayer, your conversation and your action.  Remember, the Lord hears the cries of the poor.  Let us be a voice for the voiceless this Advent season as we await the Lord in joyful hope. 


 

 World Youth Day 

Check out the World Youth Day videos of the pilgrims from the Hamilton Diocese through Vocation Culture.   For more information on World Youth Day please visit our Diocesan World Youth Day page