fr Bruno is Vice-Regent of Blackfriars Hall and Studium, Oxford, where he teaches Biblical Studies.
Twenty-ninth Sunday of the Year. Fr Bruno Clifton considers the prophecy of the suffering servant.
For generations the liturgy has presented
Sixth Sunday of the Year. Fr Bruno Clifton finds profound meaning in leprosy.
As you all know from your close reading
Sixth Sunday of Easter (A) | Fr Bruno Clifton speaks of our need for friendship and points to the One
Twentieth Sunday in Ordinary Time (C) | Fr Bruno Clifton reflects on the difficult teachings of Christ that challenge us
Christmas Dawn Mass | Fr Bruno Clifton expounds on the significance of the ox and the ass in our Nativity
Palm Sunday of the Lord's Passion | Fr Bruno Clifton gives a Scripturally-rich entrée into the Great Week of our
Solemnity of the Sacred Heart of Jesus | Fr Bruno Clifton meditates on the broken-heartedness of Jesus which heals the
Twenty-Third Sunday of the Year (C) | Fr Bruno Clifton considers the burden of discipleship and the consequences of taking
Twenty-Eighth Sunday of the Year. fr Bruno Clifton finds the answer to the rich young man's question in the loving
As the Dominican Friars Training Fund helps pay for the cost of our training, the Student Brothers are grateful for
Second Sunday of Lent. fr Bruno reflects on the significance of mountains in Scripture.Have you noticed how many events in
Third Sunday of Easter. Fr Bruno Clifton explains how Jesus Christ in the breaking of bread fulfils the scriptures.