At a time of unprecedented danger for the world, don’t miss study days with Fr Ashley Beck on ‘The Cry of Creation’ and ‘The Cry of the Poor’ on 4 September and 3 October respectively.
Erin Walsh, along with 17 other young Catholics who volunteer with CAFOD, will be voicing their concerns about how we rebuild post-pandemic at the G7 Summit fringe events this weekend.
Thresholds of Hope offers an accessible and engaging way to find out more about faith and relationship with Christ – whether you are a committed Catholic or simply enquiring.
Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament gives us the opportunity to come into the Lord’s Eucharistic presence and quietly speak to him, to listen to what he says to us in silent contemplation, to be enfolded in his abundant love and to offer him the joys and sorrows of our daily life.
Guided by the Shrines around the world, all the faithful during the month of May are being asked to unite in the recitation of the Holy Rosary to ask for the end of the pandemic and the resumption of social and work activities.
Find parishes streaming Mass online.
‘What is Man? A Journey through Biblical Anthropology’ considers a vast array of topics concerning the Bible’s presentation of human beings.
You can listen to Fr Adrian Graffy’s audio commentaries on two of the Easter Vigil readings on whatgoodnews.com.
A family from Hertfordshire began a YouTube channel called “One of Nine” in November 2020 to give a window on real Catholic life and connect with others across the country.
Join Fr Stephen Myers for a Mass dedicated to all those in our school communities and families who have died during the Pandemic.