We have gathered together resources and information - including how to find live Catholic Mass at home - to keep Christ at the centre of our lives during these uncertain times.
The latest episode in our 'Reading Matthew in Lent' series. These podcasts for the Lenten season offer a daily reading from St Matthew's Gospel from Ash Wednesday to Easter Monday.
The Catholic Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales has dedicated 2020 as a year of focus on the Bible and ‘The God Who Speaks’. Throughout 2020 there are a range of events, activities and resources to participate in all around the country.
Due to the need to stop the spread of COVID-19 and the need for social distancing, we have had to take the difficult decision to close Catholic churches to the public until further notice. Rest assured we will continue to provide news, resources and information to help you keep Christ at the centre of your lives at home.
More information on our Coronavirus (COVID-19) page.
Visit our dedicated page giving you links to churches broadcasting Mass.
Many people are asking how we will observe Easter this year in these difficult times. Here’s some guidance from Rome in the form of a decree.
As we approach our most important week of the year – Holy Week – the way we follow Christ – from his triumphant entrance into Jerusalem, to the foot of the Cross, to an empty tomb – will be completely different this year.
In preparation, many would have availed themselves of the Sacrament of Reconciliation – Confession – to prepare for a fresh start at Easter. But what does it mean for our spiritual well-being and salvation if we can’t fulfil our “Easter Duties”?
Here’s a message from Cardinal Vincent Nichols, President of the Bishops’ Conference.
Press releases, news, statements and more. Learn more
Profiles of our diocesan bishops and retired bishops. Learn more
This section keeps at the forefront those iconic, important events that remain a little longer in our memories. Learn more