Sacramental Resources

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DVD Series

The Sacraments

A couple of young Brits travel to Rome to get a better understanding of the sacraments.  Part of the CaFE series.  Available to borrow from Parish Pastoral Support (02 6163 4300)

CaFE – First Communion & Holy Communion

British production.  Available to borrow from Parish Pastoral Support (02 6163 4300)

Catholicism Series

10 DVD set.  All excellent. CD 7 on the Eucharist is very good.  Available to borrow from Parish Pastoral Support (02 6163 4300)

YouTube/Websites

Busted Halo Series (Website)

  • 101 & 202 Eucharist
  • 101 Penance
  • 101 Confirmation
  • and Baptism, Matrimony, Holy Orders, Anointing of the Sick

Fr Robert Barron (Website)

I Stand for the Catholic Church

FatherAndy1970’s channel

CatholicsComeHome

WashArchdiocese

Jesuits On – Reconciliation

Ascension Press – Chosen – Your Journey Toward Confirmation

Parish Pastoral Support is evaluating this series in the later part of 2015. For more details please phone us on 02 6163 4300

Hard Copy – Booklets for Children & Parents

  • The Sacraments of Confirmation, Reconciliation, Holy Communion – Sydney Archdiocese – Children’s Activity Books – 2012
  • Becoming Catholic – Eucharist, Reconciliation, Confirmation – Kathy Horan – Adelaide Archdiocese – Simple and easy to use – 2014
    Purchase from:  http://garrattpublishing.com.au/product/9781922152008/

Non-Catholic Christian Resources

Nooma

A series of videos promoting spiritual reflections on individual life experiences.  “Lump” is one that could be used for Reconciliation – good for parents and children and “Holy Spirit – Basic”  Full set of films sometimes comes on sale for $20 – good Parish investment.   See snippets of what else comes from the makers of Nooma – Flannel

Skit Guys (Website)

The Skits Guys provide Christian videos, church skits, plays, drama scripts, and other quality Christian church media.  These resources are not specific to the sacraments, but might be useful for retreats or teacher formation.  Download costs vary, but the normal fee is about $15.