Reflections, Prayers and Meditations.

Here are some resources to help us all relax from the stress and business of daily living and in stillness come to know the God who loves each of us beyond our wildest dreams or imaginings.


Prayer for Strength John XXIII

Pope Francis Prayer for Jubilee.

The Jesus Prayer With Icons


A Prayer to St Moninne





This time of year is cold and dark and for many depressing.  This 3 minute film shows us the beauty to found all around us in nature even in the cold of winter.





Some prayer services and resources for class and personal use in Lent and Easter.

Check out earlier years on right hand side for further materials.


Lectio for Sundays Lent 2016

Ash Wed & Lenten Services inc Penance Services and Stations of the Cross

School Liturgy for the Distribution of Ashes


Ashes and Penance in Lent

Trocaire Service for Lent &  Care for the Earth

Mary takes us through the Stations of the Cross

We Have This Treasure – Holy Thursday Meditation

Pope Francis has issued his wonderful letter for Lent 2016. download text for personal reading or class discussion.

Lenten Message of Pope Francis 2016

Archbishop Eamon has sent this Letter for Lent 2016 to all parishes.

Year of Mercy Pastoral Lenten Letter from Archbishop Eamon – Leaflet Format




The Week of Prayer for Christian Unity will run as usual from 18 to 25 January.

The theme this year is ‘Salt of the Earth’.

Salt of the Earth image





The 2016 material was prepared for worldwide use by the Christians of Latvia, and adapted by the Britain and Ireland writers group, based around the verses 1 Peter 2:9-10. Peter’s first letter is an encouragement to the newly baptised to live holy lives and to answer the calling shared by all the baptised to proclaim the mighty acts of the Lord.

Today, Latvia is a crossroads where Roman Catholic, Protestant and Orthodox regions meet. Because of this unique location, it is home to Christians of many different traditions, but no single one of them is dominant. Gathered together by the Archbishop of Rīga, members of a variety of church communities and projects in Latvia were asked to reflect on the chosen theme and the experience of their work.

The main service is inspired by the verses from Peter’s letter and Jesus’ metaphors of salt and light which are important cultural themes for Latvia. Each of the days has been prepared by one of the diverse Church communities. The 8 Days are linked principally by the experience of being a Christian in Latvia.