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Following a short break, the popular lunchtime discussion meetings are back! This series of the Dominican Forum will see 2 webinars

Twenty-Sixth Sunday of the Year. Fr Joseph Bailham warns us not to be distracted by the desire for a quiet

The Dominican friars' full report for the previous year (to 30 Sept 2021) is now available. The report includes last summer's

Twenty-Fifth Sunday of the Year. Br Thomas Thérèse Mannion suggests that our attitude to wealth is related to our acceptance of salvation. The

The English Province of the Dominican Friars joins the whole nation in mourning the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth

Twenty-Fourth Sunday of the Year. Fr Peter Harries considers who are the goodies and who are the baddies. In today’s gospel

Did you know that the Dominican friars in Britain rely on gifts in Wills for nearly a third of their

Twenty-third Sunday of the Year. Fr Benjamin Earl preaches about prudent budgeting and the generosity of God. Of all the things

Twenty-Second Sunday of the Year. Fr Andrew Brookes suggests that humility and love are both reasonable and necessary. Today’s gospel contains

Twenty-First Sunday of the Year. Fr Dominic Ryan suggests that the image of the narrow gate is encouraging, not worrying. It’s

The Solemnity of the Assumption. Fr John Farrell traces the faithfulness of Our Lady. (The Solemnity replaces the Sunday in many

In these early days of August, we are pleased to recall the popular walking pilgrimage that took place one year

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