Childlike but not Childish


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Twenty-fifth Sunday of the Year. Fr John Patrick Kenrick preaches on the immaturity of the world, even of Christ's disciples. Today’s

Thanks to the funding provided by many supporters, our new website for the Dominican Friars, Province of England, is now

Twenty-Fourth Sunday of the Year. Fr Robert Ombres preaches on the transforming power of Christian discipleship. Today’s gospel is demanding. It

Twenty-Third Sunday of the Year. Fr Martin Ganeri preaches on the physical nature of the sacramental life. The account of the

Twenty-Second Sunday of the Year. Fr Dermot Morrin preaches on the call to imitate the holiness of Christ. It was after

Twenty-First Sunday of the Year. Fr Richard Conrad encourages us to face the challenges presented by the gift of the

The Solemnity of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Fr Leo Edgar relates today's celebration to Our Lady's motherhood

Solemnity of Our Holy Father Saint Dominic. Fr Richard Joseph Ounsworth offers a bonus sermon. In Dominican churches throughout the world

Nineteenth Sunday of the Year. Fr Colin Carr finds in today's readings a key to the relationship between the scriptures

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

Seventeenth Sunday of the Year. Fr Sam Burke considers how we can imitate Christ and the Apostles at the Feeding

Sixteenth Sunday of the Year. Fr Toby Lees wonders why Christ is concerned that the Apostles should rest. With some Gospel

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