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Fr Luke Doherty is assistant priest at Holy Cross, Leicester, and Catholic Chaplain to HMP Leicester
luke.doherty@english.op.org

Holy Thursday. Fr Luke Doherty considers how the Eucharist brings us hope by transcending the limits of time. (Our sermons

Fifteenth Sunday of the Year. Fr Luke Doherty preaches on evangelisation in a complex world. There is a sense in the

Thirty-third Sunday of the Year. Fr Luke Doherty preaches on the parable of the talents. This week’s Gospel raises the issue

Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time (A)  |  Fr Luke Doherty exhorts us to abandon vengeance in every aspect of our

Fifth Sunday of Easter (C)  |  Deacon Luke Doherty ponders what will happen to the created world in the universal resurrection

Twenty-First Sunday in Ordinary Time (B)  |  Deacon Luke Doherty ponders the hard choices that must be made to take

Fourth Sunday of Advent (B)  |  On the cusp of Christmas, Deacon Luke Doherty points to the real, material event

Today marks the solemnity of Saints Peter and Paul. A simple statement would be that St Paul preached to the

One of my lesser known hobbies is my involvement in the Blackfriars Hall Wine Society. The idea is very simple:

Holy Thursday is a day filled with tradition. Firstly, if you pop along to your Cathedral, there will be in

Psalm 102 is a psalm of a somewhat depressing nature. Do we know what this person who wrote the Psalm

I have my own views and peculiar behaviours with regards to eating food. That is, I usually avoid eating leftover

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