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fr. Peter Hunter teaches philosophy at Blackfriars, Oxford, and in Jamaica.

Twenty-eighth Sunday of the Year. Fr Peter Hunter warns us not to be smug about the rich young man. One interpretation

Ash Wednesday. Fr Peter Hunter helps us to understand why Lenten practices are good for us. Years ago, after the death

The Ascension of the Lord (A)  |  Fr Peter Hunter considers the bodily physicality of Christ's Resurrection and Ascension into

Twenty-First Sunday of Ordinary Time (C)  |  Fr Peter Hunter contrasts the infinitely wide-open love of God and the fickleness

Fourth Sunday of Advent (C)  |  Fr Peter Hunter invites us to see the extraordinary works of God in our

Good Friday  |  Fr Peter Hunter highlights the realistic hope that Christians find in the Cross of Christ. I could never

Twelfth Sunday in Ordinary Time (A)  |  Fr Peter Hunter looks into the secrets that we'd rather keep hidden but

Thirty-Third Sunday of the Year. fr Peter Hunter helps us to see how the purpose and meaning of life are

Fourth Sunday of the Year. fr Peter helps us to understand the nature of God's power. It’s hard to avoid having

Fourth Sunday of Lent (Laetare Sunday). Fr Peter Hunter reflects upon the nature of suffering. There is something deeply mysterious about suffering.

The Body and Blood of Christ (Corpus Christi). Fr Peter Hunter shows how the Holy Eucharist brings us the joy of

Eighteenth Sunday of the Year. Fr Peter Hunter prompts us to re-examine the everyday events of our lives in the light

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