fr. Oliver is Master of Students of the English Province, teaches dogmatic theology at Blackfriars, Oxford, and has recently been appointed Director of the Aquinas Institute.email@example.com
News | This evening we begin our celebrations of the Dedication of the Priory Church, the anniversary of the moment
Fourth Sunday of Lent. Fr Oliver Keenan preaches on the importance of prepositions.
The Gospel points back to the time of
Corpus Christi. Fr Oliver Keenan finds a new perspective on the Eucharist in the circumstances of the Covid-19 pandemic.
6th Sunday of Ordinary Time (C) | Fr Oliver Keenan ponders the blessedness of the poor and the blessings still
Seventh Sunday of Easter (B) | Fr Oliver James Keenan calls us to chip away at the gap between love
Twentieth Sunday in Ordinary Time (A) | Fr Oliver Keenan asks if different communities can live in peaceful diversity here-and-now.
Twenty-Sixth Sunday of the Year (C) | Fr Oliver James Keenan says that true religion is like Narcan, awakening us
“In the Psalms, we drink divine praise at its pure and stainless source, in all its primitive sincerity and perfection,”
Fifth Sunday of the Year. fr Oliver James Keenan shows us how in his encounter with Jesus Christ Simon Peter
Tertullian, no stranger to being victimised by his interpreters, called St Paul the “heretics’ apostle”, indicating the amenability of Paul’s writings to
Taking up the example of collaborative preaching offered by Br Joseph yesterday, for today's feast of St John of the
St Albert is said to have been one of the last people to have known everything that was known in