Preaching by Richard Conrad O.P.
fr. Richard Conrad teaches dogmatic and sacramental theology at Blackfriars, Oxford, and is director of the Aquinas Institute.
fr Richard brings out the full significance of St Mark's account of the the Baptism of the Lord by showing us how Jesus Christ reveals the Father's mercy and loyalty. more »
fr Richard explains how the encounter between Jesus and the woman at the well foretells how He will give the Holy Spirit to us by His death on the cross. more »
fr Richard reflects on the relationships within the One God. more »
fr Richard reflects upon how our lives are transformed and perfected through Jesus Christ. more »
fr Richard Conrad draws out the social and economic implications of the parable of the workers in the vineyard. more »
fr Richard Conrad explores how God's people came to understand the fullness of our future hope. more »
fr Richard Conrad preaches on St Paul's hope and love for his fellow Christians. more »
fr Richard Conrad shows how the Saviour, coming into the world, burns like a candle. more »
fr Richard Conrad meditates on the many models scripture gives us for understanding Christ's death. more »
fr Richard Conrad explains why our lives are like upside-down icebergs. more »
fr Richard Conrad gives us reason to laugh at ourselves - and at Jesus.
In some places, the Feast of Corpus Christi is celebrated today. A sermon for Corpus Christi can be found here. more »
fr Richard Conrad preaches on Pentecost as the completion of the work of Christ and a new beginning. more »
fr Richard Conrad shows how the Spirit of freedom from sin that Jesus pours out was with the Blessed Virgin Mary from the beginning of her existence. more »
The Prior of Holy Cross, Leicester, preaches on its patronal feast. more »
fr. Richard Conrad preaches on Jesus' first meeting with some of his disciples. more »
fr. Richard Conrad preaches on how divine friendship is extended to us in the holy eucharist. more »
fr. Richard Conrad addresses three questions we might ask about the mystery of the Ascension. more »