Instruments of God’s Compassion


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In today's Gospel, Jesus weeps over Jerusalem. Our Lord's tears have a special significance for those with a Dominican vocation.   Reading:Luke

Br. Reginald talks about how Wisdom calls us to an active stillness to grow in hope and Charity. Reading: Wisdom 7:22-8:1 The

Today is the feast-day of a building. It is also, in a special way, our feast-day. How?   Readings: Ezekiel 47:1-2,8-9,12; 1

We hear today that Jesus descended from heaven to do the Father’s will, i.e., to give eternal life to those

About the retreat Advent is a time of waiting for the Lord. St Bernard taught that we ought not to think

Jesus says, in today's Gospel, that he has come to bring division, not peace [Lk 12]. But he says elsewhere

Jesus rebukes the lawyers for taking away the 'key of knowledge'. How might this rebuke help students, particularly Dominican ones,

Have you ever thought of the Holy Spirit as God’s kiss? Reading: Luke 11:5-13 The following homily was preached to the student

Br. Reginald discusses that to learn to be reconciled with our brothers and sisters is to see our own dignity

Christ's words to the scribe reveal to us the deepest core of the Christian life. Reading: Mark 12: 28-34 The following homily

St Paul teaches that Christian worship is ‘wordy worship’: this, Christ models for us by his priestly prayer in Gethsemane.   Reading:

As we celebrate the beginning of the Apostolic Age, Br Augustine ponders the Pentecostal resonance of the Church’s Sacraments. At the

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