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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 >

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