The CCD supports Catechists in the Diocese with Resources to assist them in the classroom. This page also contains a link to Forms that may be required by parish coordinators. 

CCD Regional Resource Centres

Each CCD Regional Centre has resources available for borrowing. There are resources to complement your lesson planning as well as resources for your own education. These include Reference books, Story & Picture books, Posters, DVDs & CDs. 

To find your regional centre go to the Contact Us page.

Caritas Resources for Lent 2018

Caritas provides extensive resources for the classroom including posters, workbooks, maps and slideshows for students from K-12.  These are free to download from:

Caritas Australia Catechist Resources for primary and secondary


 The Bishop David L Walker Library

The Diocesan library is available to catechists of the Diocese for borrowing. An online catalogue is available through the library site.  The library is also in the process of compiling lists, by theme, of items in their CCD Collection. Links to these lists will be posted here as they become available:


To access resources from the library, you will need to complete a membership application form and either mail or scan and email it to the library.

The library is situated in the Caroline Chisholm Centre, Pennant Hills.  Map and directions.

Resources to purchase for your Parish

Monica Brown from Emmaus Productions has composed the following mantra that catchists are welcome to download for free for use in their Ministry:   BE STILL MANTRA

If you would like to browse other resources available through Emmaus Productions the web address is: 

You may also like to purchase music from the following musicians who have so generously made their material available for catechists to use in the SRE classes: 


John Burland:

Dogmatic Music:

Catholic Diocese of
Broken Bay

Building 2, 423 Pennant Hills Road
Pennant Hills NSW 2120

PO Box 340
Pennant Hills NSW 1715

Phone 02 9847 0000
Fax 02 9847 0001

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