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.
Wednesday 12 September 2018 was a historic day for the Bishopric of the Forces. During Mass in a packed Cathedral Church of St Michael and St George in Aldershot, the Rt Rev Paul Mason was installed as the eighth Bishop of the Forces. The Bishopric had been sede vacante (empty)
The Bishops of England and Wales will hold a National Eucharistic Pilgrimage and Congress in Liverpool from the Friday 7th September until Sunday 9th of September. Eucharistic Congresses are gatherings of clergy, religious and laity which promote an awareness of the central place of the Eucharist in the life and
Pope Francis has today appointed Bishop Paul Mason as eighth Bishop of the Forces, which has been sede vacante (awaiting the appointment of a bishop) for the past three years. The Catholic Bishopric of the Forces differs from any other diocese in that it is not aligned along geographical boundaries