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    "Did not our hearts burn within us while he talked to us on the road, while he opened to us the scriptures?"

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  • The Holy Rosary

    The Rosary is a devotion loved by the universal Church. 

    Tradition says Our Lady revealed it to St Dominic. This devotion was introduced by the Dominicans and is promoted by them, including through our Rosary Shrine in London.

  • Explore the world from the Dominican perspective

    Our student brothers, training for the priesthood, offer reflections on the doctrines and devotions of the Catholic Church.

  • History of the Dominicans

    For over 800 years, Dominicans have been "champions of the Faith and true lights of the world". Our saints and blesseds include Catherine of Siena, Martin de Porres, Thomas Aquinas, Fra Angelico, Pius V and Pier Giorgio Frassati.

The order of preachers

Welcome! The Dominican Friars are a religious order of priests and brothers in the Catholic Church. For 800 years, since 1216, we have been called to preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ for the salvation of souls.

This is the website for an area of our international Order called the Province of England. This administrative area currently includes England, Wales and Scotland, plus our mission in Grenada, WI. 

As we specialise in preaching, we have an online apostolate that offers weekly homilies by our friars which can be accessed through this site: 
Torch.

Torch

Weekly Homilies from Friars of the Province of England

A Worthwhile Encounter

Thursday, January 11, 2018

Second Sunday of Ordinary Time (B)  | Fr Colin Carr invites us to meet God, and so to be changed. Read more

Godzdogz

Blog of the Dominican Student Brothers at Blackfriars, Oxford

Doctors of the Church: Gregory the Great

Monday, January 15, 2018

This series begins, in a way, in our own country, for it was St Gregory the Great who dispatched St Augustine to England on mission. According to Bede in his Ecclesiastical History, it was as Gregory was walking through the slave markets of Rome that he encountered some Angles, and was then heard to say Non Angli, sed angeli, They are not Angles, but Angels. Anyone who has such an exalted view of the distant antecedents of today’s inhabitants of Britain can’t be too bad. Read more

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Called to Witness: Discovering our Vocation

Monday, November 27, 2017

Fr Nicholas Crowe OP reflects on the vocation of all the baptised. Read more

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