Jesus & the Gospels (Free Resource)



In response to this difficult time of lockdown and isolation, Redemptorist Publications is delighted to offer yet another free spiritual resource. Here below you can find a 46 minutes public presentation in which Fr Denis McBride C.Ss.R. reflects on the Passion of Christ, in front of a live audience at Hawkstone Hall.

This lecture, number 12 our of 36 available, was inspired by Fr Denis' own book, Jesus & the Gospels: a reflection on the key moments of the Jesus story as the four evangelists present them. It is an excellent workbook for anyone seeking to deepen their understanding of the person of Jesus and the writing of the Gospels.

The audio resource below was extracted from the CD collection Jesus & the Gospels 36 CDs and book


Jesus & the Gospels - The Book

Jesus & the Gospels - 36CDs & Book

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Fr Denis Reflects on the Passion of Christ (CD n. 12 of 36)



​​​​​​​Click on the red 'play' button above to start the audio clip.





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Borrowing the Eyes

The Road to Emmaus
and Beyond

Gospel Journey (Board Game)

Celebrate - Lent

In this book by Denis McBride, a variety of works of art are used to open up a conversation between the human story – our story – and that of Christ. Using works by varied artists McBride brings the depicted characters and scenes dramatically to life, and speaks through them to us – the onlookers, the casual observers, the passers-by.

For many people, the story of Emmaus is the most moving of the resurrection narratives, and Denis McBride’s reflections uncover the depth and beauty of Luke’s unique scene.

The Gospel Journey is an exciting and engaging board game that challenges the players’ knowledge of the New and Old Testament. It takes the form of a pilgrimage to Paradise and is aimed at ages 14 upwards. It can be enjoyed by 2-4 players or teams.

One of the enduring themes developed throughout the biblical story is waiting on God:this is an attitude of stubborn trust in the face of adversity and a way of looking at life that remains firmly anchored in hope.