Children’s Liturgy – 10 October 2021


In today’s Gospel, someone asks Jesus what to do to enter Heaven.

Jesus says that it is important to share things so that everyone has enough and so that the world is a fairer place for everyone to live. How do you think that we can do this?

What will you do to try to make the world a fairer place this week? What will you share with others this week?

The Children’s Liturgy today will be held:

– at 10:30am on Zoom

– during Mass at 11:30am in the Church of St Alphonse

This Sunday’s worksheet:

Colouring sheet:

To take part in the Children’s Liturgy online or in church, children must be registered using this form

Click here for more information about the Children’s Liturgy.

The Catholic Petition – 2021: The year we take back our common home

In 2021, major global conferences – #COP15 on biodiversity, #COP26 on the climate crisis and the 47th #G7Summit – will be held.

During the Covid-19 pandemic, we have been reminded that “everything is interconnected” (Pope Francis, Laudato Sí).

The Catholic Petition is an initiative by religious orders and Catholic development organisations from around the world asking the leaders of these global gatherings to urgently align national and global commitments with limiting warming to 1.5ºC at most, and no more biodiversity loss that’s harming the present and future of our common home.

Show your support for these goals and help Pope Francis in his efforts to make the world change course by signing The Catholic Petition here: 

👉🏾 #healthyplanet#healthypeople #thecatholicpetition

Thank you!

Diakonia Committee