Manchester Chaplaincy

Christmas celebrations came a bit early at the Manchester Universities Catholic Chaplaincy, with the term ending on Friday 14th December.The traditional Carols by Candlelight service took place on Wednesday 12th, with a full church, two separate choirs, and the participation of Revd Dr Adam Scott, the Lead Chaplain from St Peter’s House (the ecumenical non-Catholic Chaplaincy). Students read from the Gospel accounts of the Nativity, the classic choir both sang polyphonic settings of carols...
Manchester Universities’ Catholic Chaplaincy (MUSCC) is a veritable hub of volunteers who offer up their time to improve the lives of others.Here, students from Manchester University, Manchester Metropolitan University and the Royal Northern College of Music are served by the Jesuits at MUSCC. Manchester students are not content simply to be on the receiving end of things; they are eager to give something back to the local community.This eagerness has resulted in a thriving St Vincent de...
Manchester Chaplaincy Mission Africa
The students fundraising for the first Manchester Chaplaincy Mission Africa trip were given a generous donation recently. Both Manchester City and Manchester United football teams donated shirts towards the cause. The students will take them out on their 4 week visit to the St. Ignatius primary school in Dodoma, Central Tanzania. Apart from running the lessons and spending time with the students, they wish to record the local children choir and produce an album of songs to bring back to the UK...
 From Tim Byron SJ One of our students took a picture from a recent retreat – as we were walking on Formby Beach (8 miles north of Liverpool).  It reminds me of the pair of disciples walking to Emmaus….   He has called the picture ‘The Entrance to Heaven’ and entered it into a Winter Photography Competition.  I love the sense of space and the incredible skies in it.  You can vote for it by following this link….  https://t.co/1JvlXNghv3   and ‘liking...