Spiritual Resources

This time of being restricted to our homes can be an opportunity to discover the richness of some traditions of the Church.

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How to make an Act of Spiritual Communion

Spiritual Resources for Eastertide

Download this flyer containing information about The Divine Mercy Novena of Chaplets, The Rosary, The Regina Caeli prayer and a Novena to St Mary of the Cross MacKillop.

Stations of the Cross

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Stations of the Cross for children

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Novena to St Mary of the Cross (MacKillop)

“Nine Days of Prayer with Mary MacKillop” invites us to reflect on various qualities of St Mary MacKillop and to give thanks for the vision she and Julian Tenison Woods shared and brought into being.

The Divine Mercy Novena of Chaplets (Good Friday to Divine Mercy Sunday)

Find out what the Chaplet is and learn how to pray it.  Then learn how to pray the Novena of Chaplets and the special intentions for each of the 9 days.

The Rosary

The rosary is a devotional prayer to Mother Mary that uses scriptural meditation and which focuses on the life, death and Resurrection of Jesus Christ. It can be an individual or a communal prayer. The Rosary beads help us to keep track of the mediation and prayer.

The Rosary for primary school children

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The Regina Coeli Prayer

From Holy Saturday to Pentecost we sing or recite one of the Church’s most joyful anthems, the Regina Coeli (O, Queen of Heaven). This prayer celebrates Jesus’ Resurrection.

The Regina Coeli Prayer for children

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