The Lenten resource from the Archdiocese of Brisbane is renowned for its ease of use, first class production of all printed materials (book, prayer cards and poster), website, video and audio segments. View Online Resources
The new online store is now up and running: streamlined, efficient and simple to use. As well as great resources to buy (a number discounted) there is also a great range of free resources you can download.
The 2016 survey project will highlight and encourage growth in church vitality and community connection effectiveness in the Australian context.
Evangelisation Brisbane offers support to parishes in the planning, preparation and resourcing for sacraments.
Evangelisation Brisbane has been commissioned by the Archbishop to support and resource the pastoral needs of the parishes and deaneries within the Archdiocese of Brisbane, focussing on formation for mission.
By being flexible, innovative and responsive, Evangelisation Brisbane provides support to parishes and deaneries for mission, evangelisation and formation in the areas of:
- Pastoral Councils
- Initiation of Children
- Lay Pastoral Ministry
- Liturgical Ministry
- Initiation of Adults (RCIA)
- Lenten Resources
- Children and Family Evangelisation
- Prayer & Spirituality (Prayer on Wheels; Santa Teresa Spirituality Centre)
- Adult Faith Formation (Living Biblically in a Secular World; The Vine e-news)
- Youth Evangelisation
- Justice, Peace and Ecology
- Ecumenism and Inter-Religious Relations
- Multicultural Pastoral Care
- The Joy of the Gospel
- The Year of Mercy
To do this Evangelisation Brisbane will build effective relationships and partnerships both within and outside the Archdiocese of Brisbane.
‘The joy of the Gospel fills the hearts and the lives of those who encounter Jesus’: with these words, Pope Francis begins his Apostolic Exhortation, The Joy of the Gospel, which I want to be the charter of the Archdiocese of Brisbane as we shape the future that Jesus wants.
(Archbishop Mark Coleridge Preparing for Joy A Lenten Examination of Conscience Ash Wednesday 2014)