In this section, in addition to the images on the rest of the site, you’ll find other resources linked to Scripture or the life of the Church. This includes seasonal devotions, prayers and reflections.

The Jesse Tree Advent Calendar

Jesse / Lavers & Westlake / St Catherine’s, West Drayton

The Jesse Tree is a visual way of tracing the family tree of Christ back through the Old Testament. This biblical Advent calendar will enable you to prepare for Christmas, day by day, by finding out more about the men and women who were the ancestors of Christ. Discover more

The Twelve Days of Christmas

The Adoration of the Shepherds / St John the Evangelist, Kirkdale

The Twelve Days of Christmas are an ideal time to reflect on the life of the Holy Family, as revealed in the New Testament. Here you can take a moment each day to reflect on an aspect of the early life of Christ, through a series of images related to his childhood. Discover more

The Holy Rosary

The Coronation of the Virgin / Sir Ninian Comper / Downside Abbey, Somerset

The Rosary is a popular Catholic devotion to the Virgin Mary. It involves contemplating the life of Christ and his mother, while reciting a series of prayers. In this collection, you’ll find twenty images and biblical meditations to help you pray the various mysteries of the Rosary. Discover more

The Stations of the Cross

Second Station of the Cross / Ferdinand Stuflesser / St Mary Magdalene’s, Bexhill

The Stations of the Cross are a series of fourteen scenes that tell the story of how Jesus carried the cross to his death. This series of images taken from Catholic churches across the UK can be used as a meditation during Lent or for other days of penance. Discover more

The Resurrection Collection

Paul Woodroffe / Christ the Victor / Sacred Heart Chapel, Roehampton

For the Easter Season, here you’ll find ten images of the Risen Christ that are found in Catholic churches across Britain. This collection of stained glass, mosaic-work and paintings can be used to reflect on the Resurrection of Christ throughout Eastertide. Discover more