We have collated a variety of documents and useful materials for viewing and download. There are resources for schools, videos, items about Marie Madeleine’s life, and historical documents of our FCJ Society. Use the search box or click on the filters button to see some of the topics.
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FCJ Virtual Choir “When You Believe”
A virtual FCJ choir singing "When You Believe" as a prayer of hope and trust in God in this difficult time.
FCJNews – June 2020
The newsletter of the Province of Asia-Australia
An FCJ virtual choir singing the Magnificat written by Dolly Bramley, a traditional song at significant FCJ celebrations.
Teaching About the Liturgical Year
A video by Sr Ellen fcJ on teaching high school students about the liturgical year. Created for the "So, What Is It Like Working in a Catholic School?" project of by EducareM.
Live-Theatre: Interview with Marie Madeleine
A 40 minute video featuring a live (interview-style) theatre piece created by Rooney and Punyi Productions for the FCJ Bicentenary.
Sr. Gabriela fcJ speaks about her vocation to consecrated life
Sr. Gabriela fcJ, from Romania, speaks about the vocation to consecrated life. In Romanian with English subtitles.
Laudato Si for Middle School Students
A video by Sr Michelle on the fifth anniversary of Pope Francis' Laudato Si. Created for her middle school students (10-14 year olds) while schools are closed during the COVID-19 lockdown.
A Day in the Life of Sisters on Lockdown
What is life like for religious sisters on lockdown? Follow the FCJ sisters in Manila as they go about an "ordinary" lockdown day.
Marie Madeleine d’Houët and the Jesuits
An article by Teresa White, fcJ appeared in The Way, 59/2 (April 2020), 101–112. Reproduced here with permission.
What is Vocation?
Sr Michelle speaks about what a Vocation is and some ways to help identify your Vocation to her middle school students (10-14 year olds) while schools are closed during the COVID-19 lockdown.