God Who Speaks

Scripture is at the centre of everything the Church does. The word of God shapes our prayer and worship. The Catholic Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales has dedicated 2020 as a year of focus on the Bible and ‘The God Who Speaks’.

Word 360°

Here you can engage with our three themes of celebrating, living and sharing God's word. More >

Our Top Ten Paintings Inspired by the Gospels

Here you can reflect on these works of art alongside the Scripture verses which inspired them. More >

Our Top Ten Biblical Blockbusters

Here are some of our favourite Biblical films to watch. More >

Our Top Ten’s

Our Top Ten series features different creative ways you can engage with Scripture; from Biblical blockbuster lists to paintings inspired by the Gospels. More >

Popular Piety and Devotions

Links to videos and articles guiding you through popular devotions such as The Stations of the Cross. More >

The God Who Sings

Some suggested Scriptural music - both traditional and contemporary. More >

Word at Home

Here you will find ideas to help you create a prayerful, scriptural and reflective time at home during this difficult period. More >

Listening to the God who Speaks

An update from our campaign's National Planning Team on how we're responding to the current situation as well as an invitation to participate in a period of joint discernment. More >

The Old Testament

The books of the Old Testament tell the story of God's covenant with the Israelites. Download the Scripture Seekers' series on the Old Testament here. More >

The New Testament

The books of the New Testament spring from the life and teaching of Jesus of Nazareth and the establishment of the new covenant. Download the Scripture Seekers’ series on the New Testament here. More >

A life to the full, people with disabilities

Pia Matthews takes us on a Scriptural journey to show how rich the Bible is in reflecting on disability, be this physical or mental. More >

A Parable of Unity

Anna Fraine shows us how both the Catholic Church and our local parishes can become more inclusive and welcoming to everyone in our communities. More >

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