Mini Vinnies see - think - do
The Young Vincentians' Mission begins with the 7 to 11 age group (the Mini Vinnies). They are the youngest members of the St Vincent de Paul Society. With the permission of their parents and the support of their teachers, the children are encouraged to embark on their first steps as possible 'Vincentians for life'.
Mini Vinnies (MVs) gather and pray together at school, talk about those around them who need our help and think of ways they can help those people. MVs each get pledge and prayer cards, badges, certificates and membership handbook.
Based on the Gospel readings spiritual reflections provide suggestions and creative ideas of putting the Gospel into practice through "see", "think" and "do".
Mini Vinnies' Prayer
Lord, thank you for our gifts and talents.
Lord, show us who needs our help.
Lord, use our hands to help those who are hungry.
Lord, open our hearts to love and comfort those
who are sad and lonely.
Lord, let us share our time, gifts and talents with
those in need.
Lord, help us to care for the sick.
Lord, may we all help and support each other as Mini Vinnies to build a better world.
"Dear young people, do not bury your talents, the gifts that God has given you. Do not be afraid to dream of great things" Pope Francis
To find out more about the Mini Vinnies' activity at school and in the community please use this link to the school web pages
The Catholic Church of Our Lady and St Kenelm
Siviter Street, Halesowen, West Midlands B63 3JU
Pending the appointment of a new parish priest Father Gerry Lennon, though not resident in the Presbytery, is the nominated priest for all matters concerning the parish and Our Lady and St Kenelm Catholic Primary School.
Father Gerry Lennon: Telephone 07789 473198 Email email@example.com
The Presbytery Postal Address, 22 Cobham Road, Halesowen, West Midlands B63 3JZ
Telephone 0121 602 1972
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