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fr. David Goodill OP is Provincial Bursar of the English Dominicans, and teaches moral theology at Blackfriars, Oxford.

Second Sunday of Lent. Fr David Goodill finds parallels between the Transfiguration and the sacraments of the Church. In On the

Thirty-first Sunday of the Year. Fr David Goodill suggests that God's mercy offers us an invitation to share in his

Eight Sunday of the Year. Fr David Goodill considers the relationship between teacher and pupil. Students tend to coin nick-names for

Eleventh Sunday of Ordinary Time. Fr David Goodill ponders on plastic. As I look around my room, searching for inspiration to

Twenty-eighth Sunday of the year. Fr David Goodill OP invites us to accept our poverty. In the song ‘Sweet and Dandy’,

Feast of the Baptism of the Lord (A)  |  Fr David Goodill reflects on how Jesus changes the relationship of

Good Friday  |  Fr David Goodill says Christ's suffering and crucifixion transforms our fear of death, and shines with hope

Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time (B)  |  Fr David Goodill explains the prophetic significance and the symbolic power of Christ's

Thirty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time (A)  |  Fr David Goodill says that God nurtures his people, especially those who live

Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time (A)   |  Fr David Goodill urges us to place our hope in Jesus Christ

Fifth Week of Easter. fr David Goodill suggests how the relationship between Jesus Christ and the Father transforms our humanity. At

Third Sunday of Advent (Gaudete Sunday). fr David Goodill looks to the source of our true joy, Jesus Christ. One of

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