This Senior Phase TIOF resource will explore what Scripture and Church Teaching tells us about how we respond, with positive action, to our responsibility within civil society.
Prayer resources, classroom activities, fundraising ideas, and videos to help your school support this year’s WEE BOX BIG CHANGE appeal.
Download our Guide to COP26 and begin your journey to help bring about climate justice, and protect some of the poorest and most vulnerable people in the world against the devastating impacts of climate change.
This resource looks at the fruits of the Holy Spirit and includes materials for creative prayer and a reflection video.
A secondary activity: print ‘SCIAF’s work Flashcards' and learn about Church Teaching on poverty and how that guides SCIAF's work.
This game is a good introduction to understanding how we contribute to climate change and how we can measure its impact.
We’ve launched an important new campaign in the run up to this May’s Scottish Parliament elections to demand stronger commitments on climate justice from Scotland’s political parties.
This quiz challenges students to determine how many litres of water are needed to make many of our favourite everyday items.
With information about our work in South Sudan, the people your donations are helping, and the issues they face, you'll have everything you need to make a difference through your parish.
Download our social media pack today to help spread the word of our WEE BOX appeal. Together, we can build a brighter future for children with disabilities in South Sudan.
Now is the time to rebuild our common home and tackle climate change head on. Download our Election Manifesto today where we outline the priorities for the next Scottish Government.
A briefing document for MSPs ahead of the 9 March 2021 debate on the Climate Change Plan Update (CCPu)
Find out how your support is making an impact in the lives of our poorest brothers and sisters around the world.
Resources to deepen pupils’ learning about Pope Francis’ encyclical.
Real stories from women and men who live in DR Congo will shine a light on the experiences of sexual violence and the treatment of women.