The Houses of Parliament in Westminster are to be floodlit red for #RedWednesday, the initiative which calls on people to shine a light on persecution and stand up for faith and freedom.
We are now accepting applications for the fourth year of the Music Ministry Scholarship, led by Edwin Fawcett, for young musicians in the area. Find out more about this exciting opportunity!
More than 30 cathedrals, churches and schools from the west coast of Scotland to the south coast of England have so far pledged to take part in #RedWednesday as the UK prepares to stand up for faith and freedom.
Our friends at Dumb Ox Ministries recently came over from the United States to lead a weekend retreat on Theology of the Body, called ECHO.
Alex provides some reflections and advice on what to do near the end of Mass when we’re approaching the priest for Holy Communion and receiving Jesus.
Anna discusses some of the challenges faced by Christians in living faithfully in contemporary western culture.
Explaining the trinity is hard because of God’s transcendent nature. However, the doctrine is both rational and logical and we explore this here.
By donating to Aid to the Church in Need, you can provide Syrian families with some of the help and support they need.
One of the oldest Christian practices, here we look at the reason Catholics use candles as both symbols and prayer intentions.
A common misconception amongst non-Catholics is that Catholics pray to Mary like she is a deity, in the same way that the ancient Greeks prayed to the goddess Athena, or Hindus pray to Shiva. Here, Mairead explains why Catholics pray to Jesus’ mother.