Correct breathing, and breathing exercises, are a fantastic way to prepare a group for prayer.
Welcome to our Catholic youth work Resources archive!
This section is primarily for parish youth workers and those involved in organising groups of young people. You may be a youth worker or leader, or perhaps just a regular young person who wants to start something in their school or parish. Whatever your situation, this Catholic youth work Resources archive is full of ideas for activities, games, praying etc. Use our filter tool below if you’re looking for something in particular. Please bear in mind that many of our resources can be used outside of the designated age range or theme, these are simply here to give you a rough guide!
The Graffiti Wall is brilliant for helping those with a passion for art express themselves to God in a way that is most meaningful to them.
The main aim of this guided reflection is to help those listening encounter the gaze of Christ
A reflection on the parable of the Prodigal Son from the perspective of the older son.
A reflection on the parable of the Prodigal Son from the perspective of the younger son.
A great way to help young people delve deeply into the liturgical cycle of the Church and develop their relationship with God.
A simple prayer where the group is given the option to pray about anything they want to when they are given the candle.
Whether you are leading for the first time or are a seasoned veteran, it is always important to prepare a praise and worship session.
The Rosary is a beautiful way to meditate on the Life of Jesus, and to ask for Mary’s intercession.
Lectio Divina is one of the oldest forms of prayer and helps us to engage with scripture.
A collection of Bible quotes which read as a letter from God the Father to you his beloved Child.
Writing a letter as a prayer is often a brilliant way of being more open and honest about what you’re feeling.
This is a meditation that helps the listener engage with the mystery’s of the rosary.
This Pentecost-themed meditation helps your young people to relate the story of Pentecost to their own lives.
A simple prayer for those who are already active in their prayer life.
Young people shape the play-dough into what they want to pray for and then transform the shape into what they want to happen.