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Fr Matthew Jarvis is currently studying Patristics at the Catholic University of Lyon.
matthew.jarvis@english.op.org

Fifth Sunday of Lent. Fr Matthew Jarvis urges us to learn from the loneliness of Christ in his Passion. ‘Unless a

12th Sunday of the Year (A): Fr Matthew Jarvis is inspired by a new emoji. In April, Facebook introduced a new

Thirty-Second Sunday of Ordinary Time (C)  |  Fr Matthew Jarvis contemplates the end of death, and our Christian hope in

Eighth Sunday of Ordinary Time (C)  |  Fr Matthew Jarvis says that our current understanding of hypocrisy lacks self-knowledge and

The Most Holy Trinity |  Fr Matthew Jarvis delights in the mystery of the Triune God who, as a beacon of

Twenty-Second Sunday in Ordinary Time (A)  |  Fr Matthew Jarvis contemplates the vulnerability of loving God and neighbour.  God can seem

Second Sunday of Advent (A)  |  Fr Matthew Jarvis urges us not to underestimate the Holy Spirit but to follow

I once saw a shop sign with a picture of Jesus and the caption: 'I'm watching you.' Perhaps some potential

Not far from where I grew up in Kent, the 'garden of England', there is a lovely little church dedicated

It reads almost like a Disney film script, with a bit more religion thrown in. But is the tale too

In today’s Gospel we heard an extraordinary dialogue between Jesus and a group of 'Jews who had believed in him’.

First Sunday of Lent. fr Matthew Jarvis shows us how to follow the example of Jesus Christ in this season

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