Fr Timothy Radcliffe OP
Fr Timothy Radcliffe OP is Director of the Las Casas Institute, Blackfriars, Oxford. He was educated by the Benedictines at Worth and Downside schools. He joined the English Province of the Dominican Order in 1965, and was ordained a priest in 1971. He was a chaplain to the University of London in 1974 – 76, before returning to Oxford, where he taught scripture and doctrine for twelve years. Besides teaching and preaching, he was involved in the Peace movement and in ministry to people with AIDS. He is now an itinerant preacher and lecturer, based at Blackfriars, Oxford, and was a Trustee of the Catholic Agency for Overseas Development from 2001 to 2014. He is the author of several books, including Why go to church? The drama of the Eucharist, which was commissioned by the Archbishop of Canterbury as his Lent book for 2009, and his books have been translated into 23 languages. Fr Timothy was awarded the Michael Ramsey Prize for theological writing in 2007. He is a Sarum Canon of Salisbury Cathedral.
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