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fr. Peter Harries is chaplain to the University College London Hospitals NHS Trust.
peter.harries@english.op.org

Fifth Sunday of Easter. Fr Peter Harries preaches on the image of the vine and the branches. I am the true

The Solemnity of the Assumption. Fr Peter Harries speaks of the consolation offered to us by our belief in the

Second Sunday of Advent (A)  |  Fr Peter Harries calls us to humbly follow the example of the Baptiser who

Third Sunday of Lent (C)  |  Fr Peter Harries ponders the fruitfulness that might come from disaster and personal tragedy. Bad

Solemnity of Sts Peter and Paul  |  Fr Peter Harries considers the significance of the feast of St Peter and St Paul.  Today’s

Twenty-Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time (A)  |  Fr Peter Harries considers what the fruit of God's vineyard might be. Planting a

Solemnity of the Epiphany of the Lord  |  Fr Peter Harries looks into the details of the Epiphany account, and

Palm Sunday of the Passion of the Lord. fr Peter Harries contrasts the Kingship of Jesus with that of the

Sixth Sunday of Easter. fr Peter reflects upon the Christian calling to friendship. Jesus was Jewish. Peter, John, the apostles, Mary

Eighteenth Sunday of the Year. fr Peter Harries brings out the rich symbolic meaning of the feeding of the five

Twenty-Ninth Sunday of the Year. Fr Peter Harries shows us how prayer lies at the heart of all we do. Luke especially

Fourth Sunday of Advent. Fr Peter Harries helps us to prepare for the coming of the Saviour by reflecting

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