Some parishes may be working online in different ways, some sharing resources, others also communicating via Skype or suchlike, or the exchange of emails.
The following resources may be useful.
Prayer When Confined To Your Home.
A beautiful prayer/reflection:
Christian Art Today features a work of art illustrating the gospel of the day with an accompanying reflection. There is also a short video with art explaining the origin of 'quarantine'.
An update on Wintershall Good Friday ‘Passion of Jesus’ performances.
Wintershall’s plans may provide a useful resource for RCIA groups as well as providing us all with a Good Friday experience.
Stations of Resurrection (Via Lucis)
A way of praying Eastertide up to Pentecost:
Stations of the Resurrection, a YouTube presentation from Ohio. More seem to be added to YouTube as Easter progresses.
A version for children: Stations of Light from 'Colour and Shape' Facebook page. Each station has a its own short clip.
An article from US Catholic on staying at home during this time:
Taizé are live streaming evening prayer through their Facebook page each evening at 7.30pm.
For further information and resources from Taizé go to http://taize.fr/ and choose the language in which you would like to read the information!
CAFOD offers a variety of prayers/reflections : https://cafod.org.uk/Pray/Prayer-resources/
GIA Music:This is a regularly updated facebook page with liturgical resources , music and prayer, and also, at times resources for families and children: https://interlude.giamusic.com/covid-19-crisis-resources-featured-on-facebook/
The God Who Speaks – Year of the Word. Offers a number of resources around Scripture.
Videos on almost any aspect of Catholic faith and life for any age, mostly lasting between 3 and 5 minutes Busted Halo - Faith Shared Joytully
Themed Bible Study during lockdown. A series, "Church at Home", of sub-titled videos and free resources at Bible Project
¡New! Online Pentecost Retreat
'Waiting on the Spirit' is a free online retreat from Loyola Press, beginning 22nd May. For more information go to 'Waiting for the Spirit'