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Preaching by Fabian Radcliffe O.P.

Fabian Radcliffe O.P.fr. Fabian Radcliffe is Prior and Parish Priest of Holy Cross Priory, Leicester.
fabian.radcliffe@english.op.org

God's Way To Be Man

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time (A)  |  Fr Fabian Radcliffe encourages us to think differently and so share Jesus’s truly creative and loving way of being human.  Read more

Jesus: The Good Shepherd

Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Fourth Sunday of Easter. fr Fabian Radcliffe explains how Jesus is the Good Shepherd. Read more

Why Are You Afraid?

Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Twelfth Sunday of the Year. fr Fabian Radcliffe uses today's Gospel reading to help us with the storms that threaten to overwhelm us. Read more

Creation's Binding Force

Sunday, September 14, 2014

Feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross. fr Fabian Radcliffe shows how the cross stands for both death and life. Read more

The Coming of the Son of Man

Sunday, December 01, 2013

First Sunday of Advent. Fr Fabian Radcliffe shows us how the coming of the Son of Man is both an event in the future, and a reality in our present. Read more

United in Christ

Sunday, January 27, 2013

Third Sunday of the Year. Fr Fabian explains how St Paul reflects upon divisions in the Christian community in the light of the mystery of Jesus Christ. Read more

Blinded By The Light

Sunday, April 08, 2012

Easter Sunday. Fr Fabian Radcliffe warns us not to domesticate the extraordinary and bewildering mystery of the Resurrection. Read more

People of Hope

Sunday, May 29, 2011

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Mission and Maintenance

Sunday, July 04, 2010

Fourteenth Sunday of the Year. Fr Fabian Radcliffe invites us to consider whether we have got the balance right. Read more

Food and Faith

Sunday, August 02, 2009

Eighteenth Sunday of the Year. Fr Fabian Radcliffe preaches on Christ's gift of himself as our spiritual food.

The current recession is making many people forego things that they cannot at the moment afford. But one thing we cannot do without is food and drink. We can reduce it a bit, or buy cheaper and simpler food, but we cannot cut it out completely. We do need food for our bodily sustenance; but food means much more to us than petrol does to a car. Our eating and drinking have a greater dimension, a personal and social aspect.

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