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.
On Thursday the 21st of Sept at a Service led by the Deputy Chaplain General Fr Patrick O’Driscoll was welcomed into the Royal Army Chaplain’s Dept. The Gospel was for the Feast of the Apostle St Matthew and fittingly spoke of not only the call of Matthew but the ministry
The Bishops of England and Wales will hold a National Eucharistic Pilgrimage and Congress in Liverpool next year from the Friday the 7th until Sunday the 9th of September Eucharistic Congresses are gatherings of clergy, religious and laity which promote an awareness of the central place of the Eucharist in
Monday 19 June saw a small group of RAF personnel, from various branches and trades, gathering at Belmont Abbey near Hereford, to take part in the RAF RC Retreat Jun 17. Five of the group had previously attended a retreat, but for 2 it was their first experience of the