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The Catholic Chaplaincy is a community that welcomes, supports and unconditionally accepts students and staff from Brighton and Sussex Universities, and provides a background of support for those who wish to share, explore and perhaps find anew their spiritual journey.

Howard House is located opposite Falmer Station and provides a centre for the Chaplaincy as well as being a base for Fr. Rod. It is also a home to 7 students with facilities that include a common room, library and kitchen for the use of all.

**COVID UPDATE**

Sadly we cannot currently hold social events in person, or welcome you in Howard House, but there are Masses back at the Meeting House on Sussex campus – 12:00 Monday – Friday and 18:00 on Sundays.

Tuesday nights will for the most part take place via zoom at 18:30. The best way to keep up to date is by joining our facebook group:

www.facebook.com/groups/catholicchaplaincy/

Contact

Fr Rod Jones is the Catholic Chaplain to Sussex University:
catholicsussex@gmail.com
01273 698 032

 

 

Mrs Claire O’Sullivan is Catholic Chaplain to Brighton University:
www.facebook.com/brightoncatholicchaplain
claireosullivan@brighton.ac.uk
07960 029 320

 

Neil Connolly:
nconnolly@wellspringbrighton.org.uk

 

 

The best way to keep up to date is by joining our facebook group:
www.facebook.com/groups/catholicchaplaincy/

The Catholic Chaplaincy is based at Howard House, 2 Station Approach, Falmer, BN1 9SD (opposite Falmer Railway station).

The Meeting House is the base for Sussex University ecumenical Chaplaincy. Downstairs you will find the chaplains’ offices, a kitchen with plentiful supplies of tea (sadly currently closed due to covid restrictions) , and an open space to sit, relax or meet with friends. Upstairs you will find the main space where the prayers and liturgies are held. Click to view map

 

 

Claire is based in room 17 of Manor House (pictured) on Moulsecoomb campus. Sadly she is currently unable to come onto campus, but in normal times can be found there on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, where you would be welcome to come for a cup of tea.  Click to view map.

In normal times a Mass is celebrated on Moulsecoomb campus on Wednesday lunchtime, but this is suspended for the time being.