Celebrate the season of Christmas with us from Christmas day to the Feast of the Lord’s Baptism.

Be inspired by the Bible this Christmas

Prepare for and celebrate the feast of Christmas with our wide range of Biblically-inspired free resources and articles for Catholics. 

Get children involved with our Christmas Donkey and share our easy to understand Plain English Christmas Story . 

Discover Christmas and Epiphany through our signs and wonder posters, our art reflections and discover why Jesus wasn’t born in a temple.

And of course,  no manger is complete without its donkey, ox and sheep. Discover our Top Ten Nativity Animal Paintings.

The Christmas Donkey

Want a new and interactive way to tell the Christmas story? Download our Christmas Donkey resource for free.

The Christmas Story in Plain English

Enjoy the Christmas story in a clear and accessible format with our free resource designed for those who prefer the Bible in plain words and pictures.

At the Manger: Family Celebrations for the Eight Days of Christmas

Bishop Peter Brignall invites us to use this short family service for each day of the Octave, beginning on Christmas Eve or Christmas Day with a Blessing of the Crib. Download the resource for free here.

Reflecting on Journeys in Luke’s Infancy Narrative

Bishop Peter Brignall reflects on 13 journeys in Luke’s Infancy narrative to help us accompany Jesus in this Christmas season, and to follow the Synod’s listening journey with the Church.

Christmas: The Lord who enters his Temple

Why wasn’t Jesus born in the Temple? Fr Michael Hall shows us the expected in the unexpected this Christmas with a richer understanding of the Scriptures, and where God reveals his holiness and glory in a new light.

What is Epiphany?

What is the Feast of the Epiphany and how does it enrich our faith? Fleur Dorrell guides us as we journey with the three kings to Jesus’ birth.

The Light has come: Christmas and Epiphany through Art

Fleur Dorrell looks at three different images of Mary, the Magi and the Star.