The Southwark Higher Education Chaplaincy held a wonderful afternoon for university students in St George's Cathedral, Southwark on Saturday 8th October, together with university chaplains from the University of Roehampton, the University of Kent Catholic Society and King's College London Chaplaincy.
After a tour of the Cathedral given by the Sub-Dean, Fr Francis Murphy, the students enjoyed tea and coffee and a question and answer session with Archbishop John Wilson in Amigo Hall, followed by Mass and pizza afterward.
Further Higher Education Chaplaincy events are planned this Autumn. For further information about these and more, visit the Chaplaincy website
Higher Education Chaplaincy Day at St George's Cathedral
Archbishop Wilson's Homily for Prisoners' Sunday
On Prisoners Sunday Christians are called to reflect on and pray for prisoners, their families, those that work with them and the whole justice system,
Archbishop Wilson's Homily for the Induction of Fr Michael Branch as Cathedral Dean
Archbishop John Wilson inducted Fr Michael Branch as Dean of St George's Cathedral on 11th October 2022. View Archbishop John's homily below, in which he begins by asking 'What does it mean to be Dean of St George's Cathedral?' He goes on to reflect, more importantly, on what it means to serve the Lord. The Homily is followed by the short Induction ceremony