Rosary of Creation
Stations of Creation
The Season of Creation begins on 1st September (recognised internationally as ‘Creation Day’) and concludes on the feast day of St Francis of Assisi, 4th October. These six Stations of Creation are based on St Francis’ Canticle of the Creatures and can be used to provide people with the opportunity for quiet reflection on the
wonders of God’s creation.
The Assumption: a prayerful reflection
This reflection was prepared by Liturgy Centre staff and appeared in the June 2013 issue of Liturgy magazine. It could be used by groups or individuals around the time of the Solemnity of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, 15th August, which marks the patronal feast day of New Zealand.
Liturgy of Mary
This liturgy was prepared by the Auckland Diocesan Liturgy Commission and printed in Liturgy magazine Vol 33 No 3.
Click here to download a copy.
Christmas Eve – in the family home.
Two liturgies and a table blessing for Christmas Eve can be accessed here:
Let Us Lament – a prayerful response to sexual violence.
This lament may be used as it is, altered to suit particular groups or simply used as inspiration to create something new. Consideration needs to be given to those who may attend, especially if victims of sexual violence are present. Prepare an environment which is both comfortable and beautiful – it could be in a church or meeting room. As people arrive, ensure they are warmly welcomed. Prepare beforehand who will do each part of the ritual and how it will be done. Performative readings, sung Psalms and lengthy silences will help facilitate deep prayer.
Let Us Lament – the document will print as an A5 folding document: click here to view document.
Advent Family Prayer – Auckland Liturgy Commission
This is an Advent prayer suitable for family use over the four weeks of Advent. It featured in our December edition of the Liturgy Magazine. Please feel free to print off and use for your own family advent prayers. Click here.