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Take and Read: the Gospels E-mail
Written by Ian Boxall   
Wednesday, 13 January 2010 12:50

The authors of Take and Read

Take and Read: the Gospels is an excellent new series designed to help people explore the Bible more deeply. The ancient practice of lectio divina, prayerful reading of the Scriptures, has been taken up by many people. Take and Read encourages that prayerful reading of the gospels.

The books can be used both by individuals and by groups gathering to study and pray. Each volume presents twelve passages with explanation, accompanied by quotations from the Fathers and Church documents, Christian art and inspiring photographs, and suggestions for prayer and reflection.

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New CBA website launched E-mail
Written by [Deregistered]   
Sunday, 20 December 2009 13:00

To coincide with the relaunch of Scripture Bulletin as an online journal, free-of-charge to all readers, a new website has been launched for the Catholic Biblical Association. The site is no longer hosted by Ushaw College but we wish to thank them for their support over the years in hosting the old site. From now on, please use one of the following addresses: cbagb.org.uk to start at the CBA homepage, with latest news about the Association's activities, and scripturebulletin.org.uk to go straight to the current issue of Scripture Bulletin - these are part of the same site, so the address just determines the page which you see first of all (note that the addresses will work if you start with 'www.', but it is strictly unnecessary). If you have saved the old site as a favourite or have a link from your own website, please make sure you update the address. If you know of a site which links to the CBA, please advise the webmaster of the change.

 
Take and Read - Mark's Gospel E-mail
Written by [Deregistered]   
Sunday, 30 November 2008 00:00

The following resources are recommended for use by individuals and bible study groups:

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CBA Appoints New Officers E-mail
Written by [Deregistered]   
Friday, 30 November 2007 00:00

At the AGM Sister Marie Therese handed over responsibility to a new Secretary and Treasurer, Dr Mary Mills, a member of the Society of the Holy Child. Mary Mills has had an extensive teaching ministry, both at secondary and HE levels. Her research area is the Old Testament, and she has published a number of books in the field of biblical studies, both at popular and research levels. Her current work is on pain and suffering themes in the Major Prophets, and at present she is an Adjunct Professor of Biblical Studies at Liverpool Hope University.

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CBA pays tribute to Sister Marie Therese E-mail
Written by [Deregistered]   
Friday, 30 November 2007 00:00

At the recent AGM of the Catholic Biblical Association of Great Britain, tribute was paid to Sister Marie Therese Roberts for all her work for the association. As a retired sister of the Medical Missionaries of Mary (a religious congregation whose motherhouse is in Drogheda), Sister Marie Therese has long contributed her extensive administrative gifts for the benefit of the association.

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