To provide the very best operational, spiritual and pastoral support, primarily for Catholic servicemen and women (and their families) and chaplains, wherever, whenever and in whatever form it is needed. Additionally, to respond to the needs of anyone of any creed or none, who turns to a Catholic chaplain for support.
Yesterday Bishop Paul presented Bishopric Medals to Mrs Julie Robinson and Sgt George Vesi in recognition for their support to the Catholic British Forces Community in Germany. Julie has for over the last year been working alongside Fr Ian Evans as the Chaplain’s Branch BFG Drawdown Officer. Before Bishop Paul presented her
On 30 May 2019, the 90th Anniversary of the founding of Saint Joan of Arc Catholic Memorial Church, Catterick Garrison, will be commemorated with Mass, celebrated by the Right Reverend Paul Mason, Bishop of the Forces. From its inception, the church was intended as a national Catholic Memorial Church, for
I was bought a telescope a few years ago when I lived in London. Looking at the stars was an exercise in futility. Far too much light pollution in London. Even out in Hampshire I fair little better. To see the stars you need a dark place. The world’s largest