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New TestamentThe aims of the Catholic Biblical Association are to promote knowledge and use of the Scriptures, to encourage and support local groups meeting together for study and to collaborate with other biblical associations such as the Bible Society, the Catholic Biblical Federation and the Bible Reading Fellowship. Scripture Bulletin, the journal of the Catholic Biblical Association, is published online twice yearly and through its articles and book reviews aims to keep readers informed of current trends in biblical scholarship. Those with an interest in the work of the Association are invited to join our mailing list by registering for this website or writing to the Hon. Secretary (see below).


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Chair of the Trustees: Dom Henry Wansbrough, OSB
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Durham Concert of Recusant Music E-mail
Written by The Editor   
Friday, 21 June 2013 08:16

CAPPELLA FEDE: Lost Catholic music to be premiered

Several recently discovered pieces of eighteenth century music are to be given their first modern airings during a concert at Ushaw’s historic St Cuthbert’s chapel.

The concert will showcase Catholic music from the break with Rome in the sixteenth century to the eve of nineteenth century Catholic emancipations, exploring the ways in which the music developed to fit the frequently clandestine environments in which it had to be performed.

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Take and Read: Romans E-mail
Written by The Editor   
Friday, 14 December 2012 11:19

The latest volume in the Take and Read series has recently been published by Alive Publishing. The Letter to the Romans is written by CBA committee member, Fr Adrian Graffy, who is also editor of the series. For more details, see www.alivepublishing.co.uk.

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