Parish Resources

Discovering Christ

"Go into all the world and proclaim the Good News to the whole creation"

Mark 16:15

Full Programmes

Alpha programme

Alpha is a series of interactive sessions that explores all the big questions  of life, faith and meaning with food, a talk and open discussion.


Sycamore is an informal course about the Christian faith and its relevance for life today. Each session involves a short film and time for discussion. With a total of 10 sessions, each session is self-contained that can be run as part of a wider teaching or evangelisation programme.

Christlife - Discovering Christ

The ChristLife series is a three-step evangelisation process: Discovering Christ, Following Christ and Sharing Christ. Each step is a seven-week experience including a retreat. Its aim is to equip Catholics for the essential work of evangelization so that all people might personally encounter Jesus Christ and be transformed into His missionary disciples. Discovering Christ invites guest to hear the Good News and personally encounter Jesus Christ.

The Gift - A life in the Spirit course

This is a Catholic Faith Exploration (CaFE) resource. It is an inspiring practical series aimed at helping people of all ages to encounter the Holy Spirit and empowering them to share their faith.

Catholic Christian Outreach (CCO) - Discovery

The CCO Faith Study Series has been designed in order to proclaim the Gospel, equip the faithful and commission them to become missionary disciples. These materials are used in a small group setting and allow for a relatable and dynamic proclamation of the Catholic Faith. Currently, there are five levels in the CCO Faith Study Series: Discovery, Source, Growth, Obedience, and Commission. Discovery, being the first level, invites participants to encounter Christ through a simple but challenging look at the Gospel message.

The Search

This 7-episode series explores the fundamental questions of our lives—Why am I here? What’s life all about? What happens when we die?—and guides you through the great big story of everything, as astrophysicists, psychologists, neuroscientists, artists, chemists and professors point to one big (surprising) conclusion: Jesus Christ, and the Catholic Church. Can be found in


A short film centred on the kerygma
Bishop Barron on “Why did Jesus Have to Die the Way He Did?”
Brian Holsworth on “Why did Jesus Have to Die on the Cross?”
Bishop Barron on Violence in the Bible
Bishop Barron on the Christian understanding of God
Bishop Barron on “Why Doesn’t the Catholic Church Give Away its Riches?
Created: Why is there something rather than nothing? (Part 1 of 3)
Captured: What the Hell Happened? (Part 2 of 3)
Rescued & Response: Jesus is Not Just Kind! (Part 3 of 3)