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On Wednesday 22 March 2023, the new history of the Dominicans by Fr Richard Finn OP, The Dominicans in the

Fifth Sunday of Lent. Fr Lawrence Lew parallels the raising of Lazarus with the sacrament of confession. Lent, which is an

Like the mute man in today's Gospel, we too are in need of Jesus' healing touch. If we are to

Fourth Sunday of Lent. Fr Simon Gaine reminds us that judgement should be something not to fear but to long

The parable of Lazarus is one of the most famous texts of the Gospel of St. Luke and does not

Third Sunday of Lent. Even Fr Richard Joseph Ounsworth finds that the British stiff upper lip has its limits. We are

A hero of St Bede’s Ecclesiastical History exemplifies the missionary spirit that should animate the Church today.   Reading: Romans 12:3-13; Luke

Second Sunday of Lent. Fr Gregory Pearson ponders on the appearance of the transfiguration story in this Lenten season. What is

What does it mean to listen to the heart? And what is the definition of success for a Christian? Readings: Luke

First Sunday of Lent. Fr Leo Edgar suggests that our Lenten preparation can be aided by our certain confidence in

Ash Wednesday. Fr Bruno Clifton suggests that we make this Lent a time of preparation for celebration and for justice. A

Christ's rebuke of Peter reveals three powerful principles for confronting temptation: we must always know our predominant weakness, we must

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