Ger Gallagher previews the range of events that will take place around Dublin and surrounding areas during Ecumenical Bible week 2016 from 15th - 22nd May.
David Payne, Director of CaFE in the UK, explains the workings of The Big Picture Bible course which is aimed at both individuals and groups.
Fr Peter McVerry SJ discusses his latest book in which he highlights forgiveness and compassion as central to our understanding of the God of the New Testament and our lives as Christians.
Natalie Doherty and Fr Kieran O’Mahony present the second part of a four part scripture series intended for pilgrims attending World Youth Day 2016.
Natalie Doherty and Fr Kieran O'Mahony present the first part of a four part scripture series intended for pilgrims attending World Youth Day 2016.
Gerry Malone introduces the Jesse Box - an interactive tool for children designed to engage them with Bible stories of salvation supported by a number of story manuals.
Jeff Cavins has created Bible study programmes used by more than five thousand parishes in the United States, Ireland and other countries.
Jeff Cavins will lead a day of reflection organised by The Living Church office in Down and Connor diocese on 21st November in Belfast.
Fr Maurice Hogan SCC discusses his guide to a fruitful and prayerful reading of each of the four Gospels in turn.
Quick Journey through the Bible Course at Sacred Heart Parish, Belfast
Bishop Donal McKeown reflects on how the scriptures sees fasting as a time of grace and a key part of discipleship.
Trailer for a three week series beginning on 12th March 2014 which reflects on Evangelii Gaudium from Pope Francis along with Matthew's Gospel.
Watch excerpt from first part of three part series The Good News according to Francis which starts on iCatholic on 12th March.
Watch part one of a three part series - The Good News according to Francis - which looks at the Kingdom of God.
watch the second part of this three part series which reflects on the teaching of Pope Francis in the light of Matthew's Gospel.
Watch the final part of this three part series - The Good News according to Francis - entitled Belonging to the community of faith
Fr Paddy Boyle reflects on scripture as a source of spiritual strength and consolation in the face of illness and death.
Fr Kieran O’Mahony gives an in-depth analysis of this key text which highlights the Lord's faithfulness.
In this extract from a talk at SpiritFest 2013, Fr Kieran O'Mahony reflects that cultural catholicism can be a mere shell without any inner substance.
The Gospel passage known as the Road to Emmaus (Lk 24:13-35) performed at SpiritFest 2013.
Dr Ruth Patterson reflects on the beatitude ' blessed are the merciful' during her address to SpiritFest 2013 entitled 'Let this be our attitude'.
This sensory rich installation was one of the highlights of IEC2012 for many pilgrims- it transports visitors to Capernaum, the village on the shores of the Sea of Galilee where Jesus lived during His public ministry.
The workshop will explore the teaching on the Eucharist to be found in the Fourth Gospel: in particular, the absence of the Lord's Supper in John 13-17.