Chaplaincy strives to create every opportunity and to deepen all members’ knowledge and love of God. Chaplaincy also seeks to promote the wellbeing of every member of the school community in an atmosphere enlivened by the Gospel Spirit of freedom and love.
Chaplaincy also promotes and enables all members of the school community to fulfil their personal development by fostering a mutual and supportive ethos where every member is seen in the context of equality. Chaplaincy facilitates by:
- Enriching the life of the school through the Liturgical/Cycle of prayer: Advent/Christmas, Lent/Easter, holy days of obligation and Patronal Feast Day Masses.
- Taking part in annual events with the Diocese of Westminster – Liturgies, World Youth Days, Lourdes and Rome.
- Each year every student has the opportunity to take part in the day and residential retreat programme.
- Evangelisation and Catechesis – simply living among people whose lives are deeply affected by the values of the Gospel.
- Community links - fundraising for local and international Appeals and charities.
The Chaplaincy has an ‘open door’ for students, staff and families from all faiths and none.