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Fr Robert Gay is Prior of the Priory of the Holy Spirit, Oxford, and he is also a lector in moral theology at Blackfriars Hall, Oxford. 
robert.gay@english.op.org

Eighteenth Sunday of the Year. Fr Robert Gay considers how we can properly order our desires. It’s strange what leaps out

Second Sunday of Advent. Fr Robert Gay considers what it takes to survive in the desert. The wilderness, that place mentioned

Second Sunday of Lent (C) Fr Robert Gay encourages us to find time to encounter God in prayer because he

Seventh Sunday of Easter (C)  |  Fr Robert Gay offers a spirituality of martyrdom and reflects on the fruitfulness of

Twenty-Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time (B)  |  Fr Robert Gay grapples with the issue of human suffering, and sheds the

Feast of the Epiphany of the Lord (B)  |  Fr Robert Gay speaks of the genuine encounter with God which

Fourth Sunday of Lent (A)  |  Fr Robert Gay calls us to rejoice in the gift of faith that enables

The Body and Blood of Christ (Corpus Christi). fr Robert Gay reflects on publicly witnessing to our faith. Our Dominican parish

Nineteenth Sunday of the Year. fr Robert Gay uses the rule of St Benedict to reflect on the temptation to

Solemnity of All Saints. fr Robert Gay presents the moral life as one which is offered to all, not to

Feast of the Holy Family. Fr Robert Gay argues that the Holy Family in its moments of crisis is most

Third Sunday of Lent. Fr Robert Gay urges us to see each day of our life as a time for

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