Cardinal Vincent Nichols launches our 2020 'God Who Speaks' Scripture initiative from the National Gallery in London: bringing to life three devotional and dynamic paintings. Meet our official 2020 artist Pete Codling and find links to art projects taking place across the dioceses.
Here you will find our films of Cardinal Nichols alongside three incredible works of art at the National Gallery. We will also share information about our official 2020 artist Pete Codling, various articles on art and links to art projects taking place across the dioceses – inspiration to deepen our faith and our love of Scripture.
Our final film will go live at godwhospeaks.uk on 26 February 2020, for Lent.
Why not enrich your spiritual journey further by visiting the National Gallery in person or online and discover just how many paintings focus on the Bible and Bible stories?
Cardinal Vincent Nichols offers his reflections on this painting by the Italian artist Giovanni Battista Cima da Conegliano titled 'The Incredulity of Saint Thomas'.
For 2,000 years, art has played a major role in spreading the Good News. God has not just spoken to us in words, but also in images. Patrick van der Vorst is the founder of Christian Art Today which offers a daily reflection on the Gospel reading accompanied by art. In this article he explores the importance of art throughout the ages.