Be concerned in a spiritual way for the education of young people. Where minds and hearts are shaped in love for the Lord and his Church, in the good, the true and the beautiful. Pope Francis
Our secondary school assemblies and workshops follow the Liturgical Year, such as Advent, Lent, and encourage students to reflect on what it means to belong to The People of God and their part in building the Kingdom of God so that all people around the world might ‘have life and have it to the full.’ (John 10:10)
Our resources help young people to:
- Discover the world around them and reflect on their role within it
- Think critically, inspired by Gospel values
- Embrace Catholic Social Teaching
- Grow in faith
Missio's assemblies encourage young people to reflect on what it means to belong to the People of God and be missionaries of God’s love with those close to home and far away; witnessing to Missio Education’s aim: to support home as well as overseas mission.
I enjoyed the activities and learnt that we are here to be messengers of God, to deliver his love to the people around us no matter who they are. Daniel, Year 8.
Just wanted to extend our thanks for the recent Missio assembly and workshops at St Thomas More School. It was an excellent and informative morning. Chaplaincy co-ordinator.
Missio's secondary assemblies are available to download at the bottom of this page as is our Education flyer. Our assemblies are free but if you are able to make a donation to cover costs and support Missio projects across the world, like the one illustrated below, your help would make a big difference.
Missio in Malawi: Use the video below with students to highlight the work of Missio in Malawi. It features the Pirimiti Boys Boarding House in Zomba Diocese, which is supported by Missio. The image at the top of the page was taken at the Cardinal Maurice Otunga Girls Empowerment Centre, Kenya. A residential centre supported by Missio, providing rehabilitation, education, care, and vocational training for young women in Nairobi.