The Sacraments presented by the Dominicans of Cambridge
Written by Jan Webmedia on 03/10/2020
A solid and thoughtful understanding of Catholic teaching (we are hearing a lot of demand for this, especially from younger Catholics), enabling a deeper participation in Catholic life, growth in one’s relationship with God, and empowerment to witnessing to one’s faith in contemporary society.
Fr. Dominic White, Producer and Presenter of “The Sacraments with the Dominicans of Cambridge”.
Fr Dominic White is a Dominican friar and Catholic priest, born in Guildford in 1973. He studied Classics at Pembroke College, Cambridge, followed by a PhD at Imperial College London. He met the Dominicans as organist of their London church. He is now back in Cambridge at Blackfriars, where he is a Research Associate and Visiting Lecturer at the Margaret Beaufort Institute of Theology. He is the author of The Lost Knowledge of Christ: Christian Cosmology, Contemporary Spiritualities and the Arts (Liturgical Press, 2015), and his new book How Do I Look? Theology in the Age of the Selfie is due for publication by SCM in autumn 2020. He is a composer, and founder of the Friends of Sophia group.
Sr Ann Catherine Swailes, OP is assistant chaplain at Fisher House, the Roman Catholic Chaplaincy to the University of Cambridge. She is a graduate of Merton College, Oxford, where she studied English Literature and Theology, and is currently working on a doctorate in theology at Clare College, Cambridge, on the relationship between our understanding of the Church and the mystery of human suffering. A former Anglican, Sr Ann Catherine was received into Full Communion with the Catholic Church in 1996, and entered the English Dominican Congregation of St Catherine of Siena in 2003. Sr Ann enjoys reading (and occasionally writing) poetry, choral singing, and cooking (and eating!) international food.
Sr Tamsin Mary Geach is a Dominican sister in the ‘Stone’ Congregation. She teaches Latin and Greek to seminarians and others and helps with Catechesis in the parish.
Sunday 2:00, Tuesday 14;30, Friday 20:30, Saturday 5:30