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Tuesday: Is our 24/7 culture the new slavery?

David McLoughlin looks at how the liberation of Exodus still needs to happen for many enslaved men, women and children, even in contemporary Britain. More >

Monday: Blessing or Curse?

David McLoughlin looks at two models of work using Genesis to explore how work can be both a blessing and a curse. More >

Good Work

What does the Bible have to say about how we work and when we should rest? More >

Sun, moon and stars

Fr Michael Hall considers why the vision of the Woman in Revelation is believed by Catholics to be a reference to Our Lady, Queen of Heaven. More >

Where God meets humanity: Jesus, Son of God and King of Israel

Fr Michael Hall explores St John’s Gospel and how extra-biblical material helps our understanding of it, particularly as we consider the role that the Temple plays in this gospel. More >

Pentecost Novena on the Care of Creation

The Bishops of England and Wales offer this Pentecost Novena; prepared for the church in response to the latest Bishops' Plenary with the God who Speaks team. More >

Catholic Parish Discussion on Racial Justice

Our Lady of Fátima Church in White City have shared their important discussions around racial justice. More >

O for the wings of a Dove

To celebrate Pentecost this year, Fleur Dorrell looks at where and why the dove features in the Bible and other sources. More >

Pentecost

Discover more about the great feast of Pentecost and the outpouring of the Holy Spirit here. More >

Pentecost and barriers to language

Rosie MacIntyre from Portsmouth Diocese offers us a unique perspective on Pentecost. She shows us how the Holy Spirit breaks down the barriers to communication among children and adults who use non-verbal language to share and engage with the Catholic faith. More >

Spirit and Life

Dr Maria Heath of Northampton Diocese challenges us to respond to God’s calling this Pentecost through exploring three Biblical words: WAIT, GO and COME. More >

Hearts on Fire

Canon Chris Thomas looks at how the Spirit was always part of Jesus’ life, and after the Ascension and Pentecost, how the Spirit became the animator of the early Church. More >

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