Advent 2019: Resources



Here are some resources in English
that we may use or adapt
for prayer, liturgy, and reflection.
Click on the title/link to access the resource.
Volunteers from Catholic Volunteer Network share reflections on the Advent Gospels, and offer ideas for service and prayer to help us in our Advent journey.
Includes a bilingual Advent calendar, and tips and suggestions for Advent.
Advent and Christmas retreat in collaboration with Sacred Space.
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NCR is sharing Advent reflections based on the text of "Laudato Si': on Care for our Common Home."
Advent prayers from
A compilation of Advent prayers from across to help you make sure there's "room at the inn" of our hearts.
Resources from the Discipleship Ministries of the United Methodist Church.
Online Advent retreat... Arts & Faith...  Advent weekly video reflections... Various articles...
Weekly Advent Reflections from the Jesuit Network
Gospel reflections, prayers, songs and activities for Advent and Christmas to help children listen to the God who speaks.
These family activities from the Church of England have been provided by The Revd Mina Munns, who runs the Flame Creative Children’s Ministry website.
This ALTERnativity and Christian Aid workshop will inspire you to reflect on how we as Christians mark our celebrations in a world scarred by poverty.​
Find 15 Advent prayers for giving thanks to God and seeking love and grace.
A prayer for YouTube for Advent from Prayerscapes
Prayers for Worship, Gathering ACE 2019-2020  (This is a direct download link from Google.)
Excerpted from "Gathering: Resources for Worship Planners" by the United Church of Canada.
An invitation to bring reflections on global justice and poverty into our worship activities, prayers, liturgies, and reflections.
A one-page index of resources for Advent and Christmas
Advent assembly, wreath, films, images, texts, articles.....
SDG 12 seeks to “ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns” and informs us how sustainable consumption and production seek to promote the efficient use of resources, energy, and infrastructure and promote fair and adequate jobs for its maintenance. In these days before Christmas, all these points are especially timely.  (An Advent resource prepared by Proclade Internazionale Onlus:  Claretian Network for Development).
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