You will be my witnesses to the ends of the earth.
cf. Acts 1:8
We are shown what it means to live in relation with God and each other through a relationship with Christ.
God speaks to us today in a variety of ways. The Bible has inspired, and continues to inspire, learning, culture, art, music and literature. It enables science and faith to build up mutual understanding through dialogue. It challenges technology and social media to open up new ways to encounter Christ in the world.
We share God’s word by:
Throughout 2020, dioceses and communities are invited to explore:
Please email Fleur Dorrell if you have any questions relating to our Scripture initiative ‘The God Who Speaks’.
Diana Klein asks Catechists to consider who Christ is for them because we cannot show others how to follow him if we don’t know him ourselves. The Scriptures root Catechesis in a dynamic relationship with Christ which shapes our faith throughout our lives.
Matthew’s Gospel is a great place to begin to understand the Lord’s Prayer. Fr Joseph O’ Hanlon shares how Matthew’s readers and hearers are shown how to do on earth what is done in heaven.