2021

Together in Malawi

Every year Mission Together produce an assembly focusing on one of our children’s projects overseas. The assembly enables pupils in England and Wales to discover more about the children supported by the project and the world in which they live. This year we’re getting to know Moses who attends the Mua School for the Deaf…

Feast of St Joseph

Feast of St Joseph

St Joseph was the husband of Our Lady and foster father to Jesus. This assembly reveals how Joseph fulfilled his mission to love God and serve others, and how by following his example, children can become missionaries of God’s love, too. On Friday 19 March we celebrate the Feast of St Joseph, husband of Mary…

Epiphany

Epiphany

The feast of the Epiphany is celebrated 12 days after Christmas on 6th January. It is an important Christian feast as it reveals Jesus as saviour for the world. The Wise Men represent peoples of all nations who did not know the God of Israel, but whom God invited to share in the joy of…

Feast of St Francis Xavier

Feast of St Francis Xavier

St Francis Xavier was a founder member of The Society of Jesus (the Jesuits). Courageous and intrepid, in the early days of exploration he took the message of Christ into new lands, notably Asia. For this reason he, with St Thérèse of Lisieux, is the Patron of Missionaries. St Francis Xavier fulfilled his mission to…

Mission Month

Mission Month

In the Catholic Church, October has long been associated with mission. Pope Francis reaffirmed this by designating October 2019 an Extraordinary Month of Mission. Its aim was to encourage all members of our Catholic communities to recognise themselves as missionary disciples; working and praying together to share God’s love with everyone, everywhere. Children rallied to…

Feast of St John Henry Newman

Feast of St John Henry Newman

John Henry Newman was an English cardinal and theologian in the 19th century. He was renowned as a gentle, wise and courageous priest who showed great pastoral care for those living in poverty. This assembly focuses on Saint John Henry Newman, who fulfilled his mission to love God and serve others during his lifetime. It…

St Peter and St Paul

St Peter and St Paul

The Feast of St Peter and St Paul falls on 29 June. After Jesus returned to heaven, Peter made it his mission to bring the good news about Jesus to people in many places around the world. Our resources explore the life and mission of St Peter and St Paul, and inspire children to follow…

Day of Many Colours

Day of Many Colours

The Day of Many Colours (#DOMC) is a day for children to celebrate their belonging to God’s Universal Family. Based on the five colours of the Mission Rosary, this special day encourages children to unite in prayer with their sisters and brothers in Africa; the Americas; Europe; Oceania; and Asia. The Day of Many Colours…