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The Twelfth Station: Jesus dies on the cross

Friday, March 20, 2015

In this video, Br Joseph Bailham reflects on the significance of Jesus dying on the cross.


Br Joseph will lead the Stations today, straight after Midday Prayer at Blackfriars, Oxford. You are welcome to join us for a soup and bread lunch in the priory afterwards:

1.05pm Midday Prayer

1.15pm Stations of the Cross

1.45pm Soup and bread lunch in the priory

Br Joseph Bailham O.P.

Br Joseph Bailham O.P.

Br Joseph Bailham, a brother in solemn vows, volunteered at the Brentwood Diocesan youth centre immediately after school, and then studied Theology at St Mary's, Twickenham and then his Master's degree at the University of Oxford. From September 2018-2019 he pursued theological studies in Bologna.  He is involved in Jewish-Catholic dialogue through the Holy See's Commission for Religious Relations with the Jews. He enjoys running, the gym, and travelling. He greatly admires the figure of Jean Vanier, and has also been inspired for many years by Blessed Pier Giorgio Frassati, whose life and example he promotes by organising pilgrimages in his honour. | joseph.bailham@english.op.org


Comments

p John O'Neill commented on 22-Mar-2015 12:16 PM
I simply want to say that this was an inspiring and erudite reflection. Thank you so much Br Joseph
Anonymous commented on 23-Mar-2015 10:45 PM
I am very deeply moved by this reflection. Br Joseph has a rare gift indeed.
Br Joseph Bailham, O.P. commented on 26-Mar-2015 10:36 PM
Thank you for you kind and encouraging comments. They are very much appreciated. God bless.

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