fr. Fergus Kerr is a member of the Dominican community in Edinburgh, where he teaches theology. He is the editor of New Blackfriars, the theological and philosophical review of the English Dominicans.firstname.lastname@example.org
Palm Sunday of the Lord's Passion (A) | Fr Fergus Kerr invites us to rediscover the identity of Jesus as
Solemnity of Saint Peter and Saint Paul | Fr Fergus Kerr focuses on the gift of charity given to the
Twenty-Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time (B) | Fr Fergus Kerr points out the gentle humour in today's Gospel.
“It is easier
Sixth Sunday of Ordinary Time (B) | Fr Fergus Kerr ponders the issue of secrecy in St Mark's Gospel concerning
Third Sunday of Easter (A) | Fr Fergus Kerr shows what must be done to understand Easter and what is
Fifteenth Sunday of the Year. fr Fergus Kerr explores the grammar of mercy. Grammar can mark a difference, sometimes. “What
Sixteenth Sunday of the Year. fr Fergus Kerr reflects on the significance of the desert lanscape in Scripture.
These four verses,
Pentecost Sunday. Fr Fergus Kerr shows us how the Holy Spirit gives birth to the Church, shapes the Church and
Twenty-Second Sunday of the Year. Fr Fergus notes now Jesus' welcoming of those with disabilities has made an impact on
Thirty-Second Sunday of the Year. Fr Fergus Kerr shows us two ways to see the story of the widow's might.
Third Sunday of the Year. Fr Fergus Kerr considers the relevance of St Paul's teaching on marriage for people today.
Seventh Sunday of the Year. Fr Fergus Kerr wonders whether our society is ready to hear the extraordinary challenge of