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Today we begin our preparation to celebrate the passion, death and resurrection of Our Lord Jesus at the Sacred Triduum.

When I was an undergraduate studying theology in London my chaplain, Fr Tim Calvert OP, gave me a copy of

Readings: Daniel 3:14-20, 24-25, 28; John 8:31-42The readings today speak of following the Lord whatever the cost. Shadrach, Meshach

Readings Is. 65:17-21, Ps. 30, Jn. 4:43-54 The readings today teach us to trust in the Lord and his power

Readings: Genesis 37:3-4, 12-13, 17-28; Matthew 21:33-43, 45-46Jealousy is a terrible thing and certainly one of the most destructive forces

Readings: Isaiah 55:10-11; Matthew 6:7-15Often in Lent we can feel like the efforts that we make to change our lives

Just yesterday I was sitting at a table in the gathering space of the Newman Center of the University of

As we celebrate the wonder of the Nativity it gives us cause to reflect upon the works of great artistic

In today's readings we see the promise and fulfilment of the good things that God has prepared for those who

St. John of the Cross was born at Hontoveros, Old Castile, on 24 June 1542 to a family of poor

St. Ambrose was born ca. 340 AD probably at Trier to one of the most prominent families in the Empire,

From 31st June to 16th July, eighteen young English-speaking Dominicans, both students and young priests from all over the world

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