Fr Toby Lees is assistant priest at Our Lady of the Rosary and St Dominic's, London. firstname.lastname@example.org
Sixteenth Sunday of the Year. Fr Toby Lees wonders why Christ is concerned that the Apostles should rest.
With some Gospel
Solemnity of Christ the King. Fr Toby Lees faces the challenges of ‘lockdown Christianity’.
One of the better slogans I’ve seen
Ash Wednesday | Fr Toby Lees ponders death, our mortality, and the present time for conversion.
It wasn’t until I joined
Sixth Sunday of Easter (C) | Deacon Toby Lees explains the two natures of Christ, and says that through the
Sixteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time (B) | Rev. Br Toby Lees ponders the divisions manifest in the world today, and
Christmas: The Nativity of our Lord | Deacon Toby Lees contemplates the two natures of Christ and the effect of
Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time (A) | Br Toby Lees OP, just ordained as deacon today (30 July 2017), gives
Today we celebrate the great feast of Pentecost, often referred to as the birthday of the Church. It’s also the
Continuing our series on the Christological Psalms, we now turn to look at Psalm 15 (16) sometimes referred to as
A line in today’s Gospel, which I’d previously never really given much attention, struck me forcefully today: ‘Then the chief
Br Toby Lees, OP, offers us a short audio reflection for this Wednesday of the fourth week of Lent 2017.
Today’s solemnity might be thought of as the original feminist feast day: for today we celebrate the Solemnity of St