Songs in the Wilderness: Guest Fr. Dominic White
Written by Radio Maria England on 02/03/2021
Broadcast: LIVE Wednesday, March 3 at 11am and then rebroadcast Thursday 9pm, Saturday 8pm and Tuesday at 2am
This week on Songs in the Wilderness, Diane Redmond interviews Fr Dominic White from the Priory of St. Michael Archangel at Blackfriars in Cambridge.
Fr. Dominic White was born in Guildford, Surrey in 1973. After a degree in Classics at Pembroke College, Cambridge and a PhD at the university of London, during which time he was organist and choir director at the Dominican church in London, he entered the Dominican Order in 2000. He has spent time working on parishes, as a university chaplain and an artists’ chaplain. He is now based at the Priory of St. Michael Archangel at Blackfriars in Cambridge, and is a Research Associate and Visiting Lecturer at the Margaret Beaufort Institute of Theology. He also contributes to research seminars and teaching in the Divinity Faculty of Cambridge University. His new book How Do I Look: Theology in the Age of the Selfie was published last year by SCM. He is cofounder with Julienne McLean of the Friends of Sophia https://www.friendsofsophia.com/ He is also the author of The Lost Knowledge of Christ: Contemporary Spiritualities, Christian Cosmology and the Arts (Liturgical Press, 2015), and is an organist, composer and poet.
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