Welcome, and thank you for visiting Faith Development Ministries online. We hope that our website highlights the wide variety of information and resources available. Please feel free to read more about us on this site, or call us for a chat. We would love to hear from you to share experiences so that it may be of help to others.
Fear not, for I am with you; be not dismayed, for I am your God; I will strengthen you, I will help you, I will uphold you with my righteous right hand.
We have a prayer team that can offer prayer for people
at any time. We are inviting you to join the team.
So what is expected of you?
A prayer request will be forwarded to you by text message.
Upon receipt of the text, you will pray for the intention. You do
not have to go anywhere or make contact with anyone. Just
pray where you are, then continue to pray for the intention in
your regular prayer time.
If you would like to be part of this
ministry please click the link below.
To request prayer,
Text details to: 021 413 659
Thanks, God Bless,
Since 1996, CaFE, with encouragement from the Vatican, have been producing a wide variety of modern and attractive DVD resources for Catholics. A growing number of Anglican parishes are also successfully using CaFE.
CaFE helps people of all ages in a relaxed, welcoming 'café' style atmosphere to learn, share and pray together.
A whole library of easy-to-run, TV-quality resources is available and is categorised into four main areas:
- Faith Formation
- General Resources
The CaFE courses inspire and empower regular church-goers and also inform those exploring the faith in a modern and non-threatening manner.
CaFE courses are an ideal follow-on to an Alpha course.
PARISH SOCIAL MINISTRY CHECK-UP
Every parish has some form of social ministry because the Catholic faith is profoundly social.
We live our faith in our families, in our parishes, in our workplace, in the community, and in the world. It is important to periodically check how we are doing in terms of social ministry'. The purpose of this tool is to assist parish teams and social concerns committees to assess how they are doing at any given time with parish social ministry efforts within their parish. The term social ministry is used as a broad term to encompass a variety of activities referred to with different terminology (Christian service, social concerns, social justice, pastoral care. respect life, etc.) in different parishes. The common denominator is that social ministry involves putting our faith into action based on the principles of Catholic social teaching.