Introducing the New Testament
Henry Wansbrough OSB is a Benedictine Monk of Ampleforth Abbey, and former Master of St Benet's Hall, Oxford. He served on the Pontifical Biblical Commission under Popes John Paul II and Benedict XVI. Currently, Fr Henry is Alexander Jones Professor of Biblical Studies at Liverpool Hope University, UK. His recent publications include The Use and Abuse of the Bible (Continuum 2010) and The Sunday Word (Burns & Oates 2011).
Please click here for details of Fr Henry Wansbrough's latest publication: Introducing the New Testament
Society of St Gregory
Founded in 1929, the Society of St Gregory is the national society for liturgy and music in the Catholic Church in the British Isles.
It seeks, particularly in parishes and schools, to promote:
- good practice in the celebration of the liturgy of the Roman Catholic Church
- the study and understanding of the liturgy of the Church
- the use of music in the Liturgy
- good formation of ministers of the Liturgy.
The Society publishes a range of resources to support this work – including Music and Liturgy, published 3 times a year, and a range of web-based resources.
Mission Together encourages children worldwide
to care about mission through prayer, learning activities,
and fundraising. Its unique motto is 'children helping
children’. Visit the website for free primary
school and parish resources.
The Apostleship of the Sea (AoS) is a registered charity and agency of the Catholic Bishops’ Conferences of England & Wales and Scotland. More than 90% of the goods sold on our high street arrive by ships and more than 100,000 ships visit British ports each year. However the life of a modern seafarer can be dangerous and lonely, with harsh working conditions. AoS provides pastoral and practical assistance to all seafarers. We are wholly reliant on voluntary donations and legacies to continue our work. Visit our website to learn more about SEA SUNDAY and see how you can help a seafarer.
The Catholic Bible School seeks to be a centre
where people experience peace and hospitality, a centre
whose ministry and outreach provides a range of opportunities
for people to encounter and develop a love for the Scriptures
as the “Living Word of God”.
This is an excellent new venture produced jointly by
the Archdiocesan Vicariate for Evangelisation and St
Cuthbert’s Catholic Community College in St Helens,
Liverpool. For each Sunday of Advent and Lent there
is a reflective and prayerful version of the Gospel
which can be used at home, school or church. It also
enables you to download the Gospel onto an iphone, mp3
or mp4 player so that it can be carried round and looked
at during the week.
is a Holy Place is an initiative of the Catholic
Bishops Conference of England and Wales. The initiative
is being developed by the Marriage & Family Life
Project Office, Department of Christian Responsibility
& Citizenship. To see videos about the project please
Church (England and Wales) Videos: http://vimeo.com/catholicism
The following sites have been produced
by the Catholic Agency to Support Evangelisation (CASE).
For finding your
nearest Catholic church, please see:
For Catholic books
please see the Catholic Truth Society:
The Catholic Church
in England and Wales
is the Latin word for 'gospel', a word expressing both proclamation
of the faith and fidelity to the Catholic tradition. In partnership
with the Catholic Truth Society, the project published the
catechetical course, principally to assist parish
The following sites have
been produced by the Marriage & Family Life Project Office,
Department of Christian Responsibility & Citizenship,
Catholic Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales, please
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