We produce many podcasts throughout the year. Our main strand is 'Catholic News' but we also have podcasts covering social justice, Scripture and the Gospels as well as standalone series like 'Journeying with Newman' looking at the life and teachings of St John Henry Newman.
During the weekdays and Saturdays of Lent, we're bringing you daily podcasts from the Gospel of John - "the disciple whom Jesus loved". Starting with an introduction from Canon Christopher Thomas on Shrove Tuesday, 'Reading John in Lent' starts in earnest on Ash Wednesday with John 1: 1-18, telling us how "the Word became flesh and dwelt among us" - Jesus Christ, the only Son from the Father. We then follow the Gospel through all 22 chapters concluding on the Friday of Easter Week. Join us as for 'Reading John in Lent'. Taken from the English Standard Version of the Bible.
'At the Foot of the Cross' is a monthly podcast from the Catholic Bishops' Conference of England and Wales bringing you the latest news, project updates, events, prayer and more. We discuss our workstreams, from pro-life issues, Catholic life and worship and social action, to heritage and patrimony, environmental concerns and international aid and development.
Pope Benedict XVI visited England and Scotland on an historic four-day Papal state visit from 16 - 19 September 2010. To mark the tenth anniversary of the Papal Visit, we’re re-releasing all the speeches, addresses and homilies given by Pope Benedict XVI as he came to these shores, primarily, to beatify the nineteenth century theologian and educationalist Cardinal John Henry Newman – now Saint John Henry Newman.
Listen to the 'Acts of the Apostles' read throughout the season of Easter. Starting on Easter Monday, we begin Luke's account of the early church after Christ's Resurrection. The book of Acts records the spread of the Gospel from Jerusalem to Rome. You can listen to all 28 chapters, one-a-day from Monday to Saturday, taken from the English Standard Version of the Bible.