CATHOLIC CHAPLAINCY
for students and staff at London’s
universities and colleges
CATHOLIC CHAPLAINCY
for students and staff at London’s
universities and colleges

Welcome

Catholic Chaplaincy is a place for you to explore your faith as a young adult, to meet other young people with similar interests from a great range of backgrounds, and to get involved in activities and social outreach.

The main Catholic Chaplaincy Centre is at Newman House, 111 Gower Street, London WC1E 6AR – see the Newman House tab above for details. But most of the London colleges also have their own dedicated Catholic Chaplain and student Catholic Society with many activities taking place on campus. You can find your college on the menu above.

If you already have a strong faith, this is a chance to deepen it. If you are full of questions and doubts, this is a chance to share them and search for some honest answers about life and faith. Everyone is welcome. Don’t be shy. Come and visit Newman House or get in touch with your college chaplain directly.

Catholic Chaplaincy to the Universities and other Institutes of Higher Education, Diocese of Westminster, London, UK

Mass Times

Particularly outside of term time, it is wise to get in touch with the Chaplain beforehand to check if the Mass is taking place.

Sunday Mass

  • Newman House: 10.30am (all year) and 7.30pm (term only)
  • More House: 11am (53 Cromwell Rd, Kensington, London SW7 2EH)
  • Goodenough College: 10am
  • St Mary’s University College: 11am (all year), and 6pm (term only)

Weekday Mass

  • Newman House: Monday-Friday 5.30pm,
  • St Mary’s University College: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 8.30am, Wednesday 1.10pm (Crypt)
  • LSE: Wednesday 12.15pm (Faith Centre, Saw Swee Hock Centre)
  • King’s College London (Strand): Thursday 1.10pm (Main Chapel, Strand Campus)
  • King’s College London (Guy’s): Wed 1.10pm (Guy’s Chapel)
  • Queen Mary University of London: Tuesday 1.05pm (St Benet’s Church)

Confession

  • Newman House: Sunday 6.15-7.15pm, Wednesday 4.15-5.15pm
  • LSE: Wednesday 11.00-12.00
  • King’s College London (Strand): Thursday 12.45pm
  • King’s College London (Guy’s): Wed 12.30pm (Guy’s Chapel)
  • Queen Mary University of London: Tuesday 12.30pm

The Priest Chaplains are always happy to make an appointment, or to celebrate the Sacrament at other times.

Liturgy of the Hours

Newman House

  • Much of the Liturgy of the Hours takes place outside times when we are able to be open to all. Do join us for Evening Prayer on Weekdays.
  • Evening Prayer: Monday-Friday 6.05pm

Latest News & Events

Sacred Triduum & Easter Vacation Mass times

Palm Sunday of the Lord’s Passion – Mass at 10.30am ONLY Holy Thursday Mass of the Lord’s Supper 7pm Good Friday Celebration of the Lord’s Passion 3pm Easter Vigil of the Lord’s Resurrection 8pm Easter Sunday – Mass at 10.30am ONLY Please note there is NO SUNDAY EVENING MASS until 28th APRIL

Ash Wednesday Mass Times

NEWMAN HOUSE 1.05pm 5.30pm 9pm MASS IN THE COLLEGES Brunel University: 5.30pm, in the Meeting House City University of London: 1.05pm, in the Faith Centre Imperial College London: 12.15pm in the Little Oratory King’s College London: 1.10pm (Guy’s Chapel) 5.30pm (Strand Chapel) LSE: 12.15pm in the Faith Centre University of Westminster: 5.30pm

Weekly events this semester at Newman House Chaplaincy

You can see our weekly events on the programme attached here. See our Facebook Page for up to date information about what is taking place each day: https://www.facebook.com/newmanhouselondon/ This week (beginning 7 Jan) the following events are starting: RCIA (Tues at 7.30), Catholicism (Tues at 7.30pm), Christian Spirituality (Wed at 6pm), Sycamore Taster (Thurs at 7pm), […]

2019 Timetable at the Chaplaincy: Prayer, Sacraments and Food!

The normal weekly timetable begins tomorrow (Sunday 6th January). Happy New Year and we look forward to seeing you over the next few days. If you are new to London or to the Chaplaincy this month, please do say hello to the Chaplaincy team when you visit.

Regular Activities

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Every week a rich programme of activities takes place at the main Chaplaincy Centre at Newman House. You can spend time in prayer, learn about your faith, explore the bible, bring your friends along for a social, play football in Regent’s Park on Sunday afternoon, sing in the choir, or just eat!

Click here to visit the “Regular Activities” page and see the full range of options.

Diary

This lists the main regular events at Newman House and the Colleges, but please check the Facebook site (click here) for updates and last minute changes

Colleges

Colleges, Catholic Chaplaincy to the Universities and other Institutes of Higher Education, Diocese of Westminster, London, UK

The main Catholic Chaplaincy Centre is at Newman House, 111 Gower Street, London WC1E 6AR – see the Newman House tab above for details. But most of the London colleges also have their own dedicated Catholic Chaplain and student Catholic Society with many activities taking place on campus. Click here to visit the “Colleges” page to find out more information about the Catholic Chaplain and the CathSoc at your own college.

This website is run by the Archdiocese of Westminster and focusses on universities and colleges within the Diocese. But this list also includes universities and colleges in south London that lie within the Archdiocese of Southwark, and it provides links to information about their chaplaincy provision.

Click here to see Colleges

Chaplains

Our many chaplains work in the individual colleges and form a chaplaincy team at Newman House. They are here for you! Click here to visit the main “Chaplains” page and find out more about their backgrounds and their particular responsibilities.

Click here to see Chaplains

Find Us

The main Chaplaincy Centre is located at Newman House, 111 Gower Street WC1E 6AR

Redevelopment Plans

Newman House, London, UK

There are exciting redevelopment plans underway, for Newman House Catholic Centre, and for the wider work of University Chaplaincy around the Diocese of Westminster.

The plans will involve creating a world-class Chaplaincy Centre at Newman House, in the heart of the university district, with a new and larger chapel, improved facilities for community life and faith formation, a new conference centre for academic engagement, greater inclusivity through disabled access, outward-facing public areas that will attract visitors and passers-by.

At the same time, the hope is to expand the provision of university chaplains and develop a pastoral programme for each university campus that will help students experience the beauty and relevance of the Catholic faith, and help them to grow in their commitment to faith, prayer, service, works of mercy, evangelisation and the discovery of their vocation.

More details to follow…