In collaboration with the LOV Verbum Dei Ministry



“In the evening of life, we will be judged on LOVE alone.”

Saint John of the Cross



WHAT IS THIS ALL ABOUT? – In a world in which LOVE has lost its meaning and recognises it less and less, this theme series invites us to reflect on the several forms of LOVE and sit down to converse with the people of our community, in order to inspire what LOVE looks like and to put it into practice in our daily lives.

WHO IS THIS DONE WITH? – The LOV Verbum Dei (LOVVD) Ministry began at the start of the pandemic in 2020, bringing together Catholics worldwide for daily scripture, podcasts and weekly online gatherings. Through intercessory prayer, meditations, and sacred music, they strive to fulfil their founding principle of the meaning of LOV (Legere-Orare -Vivere): To Read-To Pray-To Live daily the Word of God and let it transform our lives. The group is open to anyone (clergy, lay, religious, non-religious) – it has members throughout the UK and in many other countries and is very keen on collaborating with other ministries to reach out further.

WHO ARE THE SPEAKERS? – The speakers on this series come from all walks of life including diocesan and religious order priests, deacon, religious sister, married couples, consecrated woman, lay men and women involved in Christian organisations, and non-religious.

WHAT ARE THE INSIGHTS? – Genuine and relatable answers for everyone to enjoy, be inspired by, be hopeful for and share the only thing that will be asked of us, at the end of our lives, as St John of the Cross said: “In the evening of life, we will be judged on LOVE alone.”

Part four: Lindsay and Ashley Mosuro

The 10-PART THEME SERIES episodes will be released every Friday on this page and on the LOV Verbum Dei YouTube channel

Part one: Canon Bosco MacDonald, Dean of Clifton Cathedral

Part two: Joseph Zambon – Word on Fire                                                           .

Part three: Kiki Paddy – Marketing and operations lead at the Black Professionals Network