A hundred years ago, very roughly, the Newman Society began meeting in what we now know as the Blue Room. Sometime in 1920, the then University Catholic Chaplain, Mgr. Arthur Stapylton Barnes, generally known as the Mugger, moved into the Old Palace, a property that...
Fr Nick King’s Homily for the Feast of St John Henry Newman Let me start with two pictures: The first is on Sunday afternoons in the 19th Century here in Oxford; you see large numbers of undergraduates making their way up St Aldates, or across the Broad or Cornmarket,...
AMDG Homily by Fr Daniel Seward (Cong Orat) for the Newman Society’s termly Mass, 8th February 2011 Oriel College Our Cardinal has now been beatified. So it’s important for us to ask: what is a saint, and why should we want Newman to be raised to the altars of the...
‘Newman and student living today’ Summary of a talk given to freshers at the Chaplaincy on the Thursday of Noughth Week by Dr Paul Shrimpton Going to at university is one of most exciting and defining moments in life, and especially so for those privileged to come to...
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Oxford University Catholic Chaplaincy
The Oxford University Catholic Chaplaincy is situated off St Aldate's in Rose Place.
Do drop by and meet the Chaplaincy Team
Fr Matthew Power SJ, Fr Keith McMilan SJ, Fr Nick King SJ, Fr Ian Tomlinson SJ, and Becky Short
Catholic Chaplaincy Mass Times
Chapel of St Thomas More
Sunday Mass 9am, 11am (sung), 5.45pm, 9pm (Sunday evening Masses 0th-8th week only – until and including Sun 26 Nov)
Weekday Mass 12.15pm Mon-Sat, Mass in Colleges for University members (see details inside Term Card and on weekly newsletter)
Sacrament of Reconciliation Sat 11.15–12noon Sun 10.15–10.45am & on request