fr. Piers Linley was Chaplain to the Dominican Sisters at Bushey in Hertfordshire; he died at the Priory of St Dominic, London. May he rest in peace.
Epiphany. Fr Piers Linley imagines that he is a camel.
My name is Grumpy and I am a camel. Camels are
Sixth Sunday of the Year. Fr Piers Linley finds a challenge to the wealthy in St Luke's Gospel.
First we have set
Twenty-First Sunday of the Year. Fr Piers Linley waxes lyrical on the ineffable.
Let's begin with a poem by an American Benedictine
Eleventh Sunday of the Year. Fr Piers Linley preaches on the role of women in Luke's Gospel.
All four Gospels tell of
Fifteenth Sunday of the Year. Fr Piers Linley imagines the one disciple's reaction to the sending out of the twelve.
Fifteenth Sunday of the Year. Fr Piers Linley imagines how the preaching of Christ might look to a Galilean farmer.
Fourth Sunday of Easter. Fr Piers Linley preaches on the shepherd who is a leader but also an outcast.
Jesus did not
Twenty-Sixth Sunday of the Year. Fr Piers Linley preaches on a parable told by Jesus in which the lots of two
Pentecost Sunday. Fr Piers Linley is inspired to get poetical for Pentecost.
The Holy Spirit can't be pinned down to a single name
Solemnity of Ss Peter and Paul. Fr Piers Linley preaches on the solemnity, which in England and Wales is transferred to
Fourth Sunday of Advent. Fr Piers Linley preaches on the obedience of St Joseph.
St Luke gives us an account of the