Fr Toby Lees OP is a Catholic priest and member of the Order of Preachers (known as the Dominicans). He was born in London and studied law at Cambridge University, going on to be a solicitor for seven years with a city law firm. After discerning a call to the priesthood, he specialised in moral theology in Rome, writing his thesis on the passion of sorrow and the vice of acedia in St Thomas Aquinas and what his thought might contribute to a contemporary understanding of depression. His particular academic interest is the crossover between moral theology and psychology. He serves at the Dominican Priory at the Rosary Shrine, Haverstock Hill and is Priest Director of Radio Maria England. He loves all sport, but especially rugby and cricket, and he enjoys running and swimming on Hampstead Heath. He also loves real ale, fiction, and pilgrimages, and is always trying to work out a way to walk yet another Camino to Santiago.