GWS - Resources April - this month's Focus is Easter Glory Highlights this month: Why the women were so silent in Mark’s Gospel by Fr Michael Winstanley SDB A dynamic picture about listening in silence by the priest painter Robert Wright An intriguing article on the Book of Proverbs, homeschooling, and the art of living by Fr John Deehan Discover April The Diocese of Portsmouth present an Easter Triduum Retreat The Diocese of Northampton Liturgy Commission invite you to join them for a series of Zoom talks. Cardiff's Online Saturday Scripture Talks Guide for Readers from the Diocese of Leeds I AM MARK: Video Resource. A solo word-for-word dramatisation of St Mark’s Gospel Bible in Transmission magazine Free and twice yearly – subscribe in hardcopy or online. This edition looks at What is the Bible? and includes an article on the literary beauty and religious message of the Book of Tobit. Bible in Transmission Top Ten's Our Top Ten Angels Take a look at these different depictions of angels in art and explore the Bible passages that inspired them. Our Top Ten Home QuotesHaving spent much more time at home over the last year, we've turned to the Bible to find our top ten quotes about the home. Resources for Schools Proverbs Challenge for schoolsTo celebrate the faith and wisdom of young people we’re inviting pupils to write their own modern-day proverbs. Use our resources and guides for Teachers to help create some brilliant proverbs from around the dioceses. Proverbs Challenge Home School RE resources Lent activities and Holy Week posters Key Stage 3 and GCSE resources for Secondary schools Bible and Sacraments posters for Secondary schools Three new posters - Jesus’ I am sayings; Key Catholic Symbols; The Twelve Apostles St Jerome and Bible translation photo challenge Collective Worship - 12 ideas sheets for primary schools Introducing St Mark's Gospel (starts Advent 2020 with the new Lectionary year) Buy - special edition of Mark's Gospel About the Bible section - a dedicated area on St Mark’s Gospel for our new Lectionary year. Highlights include a day-by-day reading plan; an 18-part podcast series on Mark from the Catholic Bishops’ Conference and 19 signed videos retelling key stories of Mark’s Gospel in British Sign Language. About the Bible - Mark DOWNLOAD Fish with Mark poster DOWNLOAD Whistletop Tour of Mark poster Lectio Divina Group through Zoom - presented by Our Lady of the Angels, Nuneaton Lectio Divina Resource For more information email Frances Molloy Word on the Go: the Bible for busy Catholics Getting into the basics of our faith and Scripture. Word on the Go Bible Garden Project Launch of Growing a Bible Garden with Newman University Plant a Bible Garden with Newman University Marriage and Family Life initiatives Marriage Matters Enrichment Weekends 2020 provided by Marriage Encounter The Word at Home ACN - Aid to the Church in Need children’s Bible stories’ project Celebrating the Assumption of Our Lady. A mini retreat by Middlesborough Diocese Archdiocese-developed resources A short leaflet for The God Who Speaks campaign has been written by our very own Fr Rob Taylerson, parish priest at St George and St Teresa, Dorridge.It is sold in packs of 50 for £12.95 and is ideal for general distribution to parishioners, containing scripture background and suggestions for the year. Order now Bethany Mulvey OP, a teacher engaged in Scripture Research at Birmingham University, has written a correspondence course for the Year of the Word. Our Lady of Evesham’s Scripture Course by Correspondence is free of charge. For more details please email [email protected] Other Resources An Introduction to Verbum Domini The Knowable God Catholic Bishops' Conference of England and Wales A huge amount of resources can be found on the national God Who Speaks website Official Prayers for the Year Four-week Advent Course St Matthew's Gospel Day-by-Day Blessing of Bibles within Mass DOWNLOAD St Matthew's Gospel Trail poster (below) Watch: Cardinal Vincent Nichols offers his reflections on this painting by Dutch artist Geertgen tot Sint Jans titled 'The Nativity at Night' Watch: Cardinal Vincent Nichols offers his reflections on this painting by the Italian Renaissance artist Masaccio titled 'Saints Jerome and John the Baptist'