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fr. Colin Carr lives in the Priory of St Michael the Archangel, Cambridge.
colin.carr@english.op.org

Nineteenth Sunday of the Year. Fr Colin Carr finds in today's readings a key to the relationship between the scriptures

Third Sunday of Advent. Fr Colin Carr suggests that a cheerful attitude is essential in building the Kingdom. Advent is a

Third Sunday of Lent (A)  |  Fr Colin Carr contemplates the drama of the God who thirsts for our faith,

Pentecost Sunday (C)  |  Fr Colin Carr invites us to make room for the God who seeks to make his

Twenty Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time (B)  |  Fr Colin Carr urges us to consider the unlikeness of God to

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

Fifth Sunday of Lent (A)  |  Fr Colin Carr reflects on the resurrection which is made known to mourners. Over the

Tenth Sunday of the Year. fr Colin Carr reflects on the nature of Christian compassion. Elijah befriends a foreign widow in

Twenty-First Sunday of the Year. Fr Colin Carr reflects on our tendency to create a comfortable god in place of

Second Sunday of Advent. Fr Colin Carr explains how in the coming of Jesus Christ we are offered somthing more

Third Sunday of the Year. Fr Colin show us how Jesus Christ enables those who are on the margins to

Good Friday. Fr Colin lets us see how Christ's passion is a surrendering to the will of His Father, in

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