Preaching by Fergus Kerr O.P.
fr. Fergus Kerr is a member of the Dominican community in Edinburgh, where he teaches theology. He is the editor of New Blackfriars, the theological and philosophical review of the English Dominicans.
fr Fergus shows us how the Holy Spirit gives birth to the Church, shapes the Church and enables us to stand against evil. more »
fr Fergus notes now Jesus' welcoming of those with disabilities has made an impact on our culture, but continues to challenge us. more »
fr Fergus shows us two ways to see the story of the widow's might. more »
fr Fergus Kerr considers the relevance of St Paul's teaching on marriage for people today. more »
fr Fergus Kerr wonders whether our society is ready to hear the extraordinary challenge of Jesus's moral teaching. more »
fr Fergus Kerr finds sharing a meal a profoundly significant occasion. more »
fr Fergus Kerr preaches on divine love. more »
fr Fergus Kerr draws many questions from one of the few humorous passages of the Gospel. more »
fr Fergus Kerr finds something deeply appropriate in the timing of the definition of this essential dogma. more »
fr. Fergus Kerr preaches on the Solemnity of the Ephiphany of our Lord.
Our sermon for the Baptism of the Lord can be found here. more »
fr Fergus Kerr tells us that Christians should not be ashamed of material things, or of asking for them. more »
fr Fergus Kerr preaches on the visit of the shepherds to the infant Jesus. more »
fr Fergus Kerr admires the sacrifical lives of Christian missionaries. more »
Fr Fergus Kerr reminds us that we should be shocked and disturbed by the Incarnation of the Son of God. more »
fr. Fergus Kerr preaches on the words of the Creed: 'He ascended into heaven and is seated at the right hand of the Father.' more »
fr. Fergus Kerr preaches on the meaning of the ashes placed on our foreheads at the beginning of Lent each year. more »
fr. Fergus Kerr preaches an Easter Vigil homily on the mission of Mary Magdalen and the other Mary. more »