Roman Catholic and Anglican bishops in 'Big Bible Study' at Worcester Cathedral

Archbishop Bernard Longley, the Archbishop of Birmingham, joined Bishop John Inge, Anglican Bishop of Worcester, in a joint ‘Big Bible Study’, in Worcester Cathedral on 24 September, as part of the celebrations to mark the 400th Anniversary of the King James Bible.

Catholics from parishes in the Archdiocese of Birmingham joined with members of Anglican parishes from across Worcestershire and Dudley as well as Christians from other traditions.

More than 200 people looked together at four versions of the chosen scripture reading – “On the Road to Emmaus” – taken from the Jerusalem Bible, New Revised Standard Version, New International Version, and the Authorised Version or King James Bible.

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One comment on “Roman Catholic and Anglican bishops in 'Big Bible Study' at Worcester Cathedral

  1. Confessor says:

    NOT A MOMENT TOO SOON! May I suggest they review Deuteronomy 6, Leviticus 18-19, II Kings 22:8, II Chronicles 34:14-15, Psalm 19, John 3, Romans 1:18-32 and Galatians 5.