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Preaching by Timothy Radcliffe O.P.

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fr Timothy Radcliffe is a member of the community at Blackfriars, Oxford, and was Master of the Order of Preachers from 1992 to 2001. He is the author of a number of very popular books drawn from his experiences, available by clicking here.

1st November 2013: Become Yourself in Christ

fr Timothy helps us to see how in becoming more like Christ we become more ourselves.

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6th January 2013: Hungering for the Truth

fr Timothy follows the journey of the magi in search of the truth found in Jesus Christ.

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1st April 2012: Not Just One of the Crowd

fr Timothy Radcliffe warns us of the seductiveness of the mob.

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24th April 2011: Enduring Love

fr Timothy Radcliffe preaches on the meaning of eternal life.

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29th June 2010: No Opposition

fr Timothy Radcliffe suggests that the true Church can exist in a state of fruitful tension.

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9th August 2009: The Bread of Love

fr Timothy Radcliffe asks what it means to be truly alive.

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16th November 2008: Called To Do and To Be

fr Timothy Radcliffe is grateful for the gracious call of the Giver, not the gifts. more »

23rd December 2007: A Man of Good Repute

fr Timothy Radcliffe shows how St Joseph teaches us to prepare for the coming of Christ. more »

31st December 2006: Letting Go

fr Timothy Radcliffe recognises that when we teach our children to walk, we give them the chance to walk away. more »

6th January 2006: Empty Hands

fr Timothy Radcliffe preaches on the gifts the wise men gave ... and received. more »

28th March 2004: Welcome Home

fr. Timothy Radcliffe preaches on two kinds of human solidarity. more »

25th December 2002: God's Youth

fr. Timothy Radcliffe preaches for the Mass during the Day on the Nativity of the Lord. more »

3rd December 2000: Stand Upright

fr. Timothy Radcliffe launches the English Dominican Electronic Publishing House with a homily for the First Sunday of Advent. more »