Life After Oxford

Exploring Monastic Theology

Four days of study, prayer and community alongside the monks of Worth Abbey and members of The Wellspring Community. With talks and study, structured around participation in the monastic rhythm of prayer, and space for reflection in the beautiful surroundings of Worth Abbey. For more than 1500 years, the 6th Century Rule of St Benedict has inspired Christian living in the Western Church, informing a range of Catholic spiritualities, monastic, priestly and lay. At the heart of the Rule is a vision of our human potential transfigured in Christ. This invitation [...]

2013-09-06T09:08:05+00:00August 26th, 2013|Categories: Past Events, Vocations|

Gap Year Opportunity

Volunteering at Savio House Youth Centre 2012-2013 A few places are still available for a gap year in community working for young people, living alongside a youth team and developing your skills for the future. Cat, below, completed a year at Savio House and then moved on to work in the world of financial management. KPMG, the firm she joined, valued her community experience and found that she had developed skills and experience beyond her years, giving her an additional value in the job market. Professional skills, personal development, community living [...]

Chaplaincy Assistant, Keele Unniversity

Keele University has a strong ecumenical Christian community based at the Chapel, right in the centre of campus, and the Catholic congregation is growing as the word is spread about the existence of the Chapel, church services and CassocK, which has re-established itself in the Chapel since Easter 2011. The Chaplaincy is currently looking for a volunteer Chaplaincy Assistant to join us from mid-September 2012 to mid-June 2013. On behalf of the Chaplaincy and students, all finalists looking for a vocation in the Church, or just something different to do, perhaps [...]

2012-02-14T14:07:16+00:00February 14th, 2012|Categories: Life After Oxford|

Letter of Thanks

AMDG Easter, 2011. Dear Fr Bishop, I was visiting Pembroke, my old college last week-end and called into the Chaplaincy again where you very kindly heard my confession. The Chapel always has a special meaning for me as in my first term in Oxford (Michaelmas 1972) I returned to the Church there. I came home again at the evening Mass! I attended Mass last week-end on Saturday and Sunday and was so very moved by the baptism and confirmation of the student converts at 11.00am Mass on Sunday. Both Fr Moffatt [...]

2011-06-03T09:53:21+00:00June 3rd, 2011|Categories: Alumni/Alumnae|

Catholic Parliamentary Internships

Each year there are places for 8 recently graduated Catholics to experience political and social action with spiritual accompaniment. The deadline for applications is February the 28th. See poster below for details and pick up a card from the Narthex. The web link is:

2011-03-02T13:28:16+00:00February 25th, 2011|Categories: Life After Oxford, Past Events|

Summer Job: Language Assistant

The Jesuit English Language School is run each summer to teach English to overseas Jesuits. They would like to hire a tutor/assistant to be part of the team of four who will assist with the delivery of the Language School at Heythrop College, London, in August. Full details are available from Philip Harrison SJ:

2010-05-05T10:21:10+00:00May 5th, 2010|Categories: Life After Oxford|

Language Assistant

The Jesuit English Language School for overseas Jesuits seeks a tutor/assistant to be part of the team of four who will assist with the delivery of the Language School at Heythrop College, Kensington, this August. Full details are attached (the Word icon below) and detailed information about the English Language School can be accessed via the link. Language Tutor

2010-04-22T13:10:09+00:00April 22nd, 2010|Categories: Life After Oxford|